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[openFATE 310265] "Present Windows" effect as mouse button shortcut
Feature changed by: Tomáš Chvátal (scarabeus_iv)
Feature #310265, revision 6
Title: "Present Windows" effect as mouse button shortcut

openSUSE-11.4: Rejected by Karl Cheng (qantas94heavy)
reject reason: Not done in time for openSUSE 11.4.
Requester: Desirable

- openSUSE Distribution: New
+ openSUSE Distribution: Rejected by Tomáš Chvátal (scarabeus_iv)
+ reject reason: All the major DEs provide key mapping using libinput.
+ You can bind anything on your mouse/keyboard to do almost anything.
+ Thus this is technically done, but the individual behaviour of your
+ specific mouse must be tweaked by you, there are no changes in defaults
+ planned.
Requester: Desirable

Requested by: Bo Thysell (cast_iron)
Partner organization:

I have a Logitech MX900 mouse with an unused button on the top. The
button looks like two stacked rectangles, and would be perfect for
calling the desktop effect "Present Windows".
See this thread on the OpenSUSE forum:
Image explaining what I mean is here:
If this can't be done as a default setting, then maybe we could include
an easy way to set mouse button shortcuts. Perhaps in the same shortcut
section where we configure keyboard shortcuts?

#1: Krzysztof Staniorowski (ksx4system) (2010-08-03 17:07:23)
I have Labtec Wireless Laser mouse
contentid=743), it has 2 "standard" buttons + one button under the
scroller + 2 buttons by the sides. I'd love to see it working like on
MacOS X's "Expose" - Present Windows effect able to call using one of
side's button or scroll's button etc.

openSUSE Feature:

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