Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 827175
gnome-settings-deamon: display: setting display to inverted on X220 tablet leaves tablet unchanged
Last modified: 2014-08-04 18:09:23 EDT
Description of problem:
Using an X220 lenovo with F17, setting the display to inverted via the control center doesn't also invert the touchpad, resulting in the touch being out of sync with the cursor, i.e. the cursor becomes mirrored.
See workaround below at additional info.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Start with a laptop X220 Tablet Lenovo with no external monitors (single monitor shows up in step 1)
1. gnome-control-center display
2. choose Rotation "180 Degrees"
Touch is out of sync: you touch on the right side of the screen, the cursor shows up in the left, exactly mirrored.
The cursor should appear at the touched point.
running from the command line:
xinput set-int-prop 11 265 8 3
where 11 is the "Wacom ISDv4 E6 Finger touch" from "xinput list" and 265 is "Wacom Rotation" from "xinput list-props 11"
This probably needs to be done for the other Wacom pointers.
Moving the bug to gnome-settings-daemon after looking at the code and seeing gnome-control-center drives gnome-settings-daemon which does the actual resolution change, and I think should also do the wacom rotation.
The "Steps to reproduce" are still gnome-control-center centric, since I don't know how to reproduce without it (I guess I could send the right dbus signals), and I hope it's good enough the way it is.
Additional note: The "Expected results:..." line has a pasto, it should just say "Expected results:"
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