Frederic Crozat writes:
> Le mercredi 13 janvier 2016 à 11:01 +0100, Egbert Eich a écrit :
> > Frederic Crozat writes:
> > > Le mardi 12 janvier 2016 à 23:56 +0100, Egbert Eich a écrit :
> > >
> > > For what it worth, I've been using the xf86-input-libinput on Leap
> > 42.1
> > > for several weeks now and it is working great (setup is a
> > trackball, a
> > > integrated touchpad on Dell laptop and an external touchpad from
> > > Logitech, which can do multi-touch..).
> > >
> > I bet it does for you and will do for Stefan, Michal and me as well.
> > All of us have a pretty standard setup. We are not using a
> > touchscreen
> > or any wacom device ;p
> I'm using a wacom device too ;)
> And libinput doesn't try to handle Wacom devices ATM, so it shouldn't
> be a problem.
Ok. I sort of expected this. The wacom driver is rather ... sophisticated.
> For touchscreen, we'll rely on people to test with hardware, as
Definitely. I need to find time to look into reproducible test procedures
- especially for multitouch.
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