Of course not everyone is using a laptop. But not everyone is using a ONLY mouse either. I use mouse, touchpad, graphics tablet and a touch screen (some in the same device) at the same time on 3 different devices including a desktop. It’s not even just about laptops at this point.
Gesture support is not super imposing when enabled by default and some of us really really REALLY find it cumbersome (to say the least) to enable an ergonomic feature that shouldn’t be this hard to enable out of the box every new system.
With all due respect, why is this the first thing you bring to the table?
Ok, so whatever is easy out of the box should be equally easy by the user that wants that feature.
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So, they got it working, right?
Each of those have particularities.
I do use a Cintiq22HD. Nothing for it is installed by default. Should i ask to be all included or make an imposing request as it would be normal? NO. Regardless the defaults, they could not satisfy my requirements, yet everything is at hand, in the repositories. If was the Touch model, that touch would go by the way of the dodo bird. Is messing my workflow.
Also including users in input group by default can rise questions for those that don’t want that and have all kind of concerns.
Same question right back at you:
Please don’t go offensive. Manjaro developers have a lot of things to deal with and none of them are using touch screen devices, AFAIK, except pinephones. When time will come, i’m sure many other things will be considered to be included as defaults, once are tested and curated.
Thank you for reporting! Gestures not working out of the boxis a bug. It was implemented already previously, but the settings seem to have somehow dropped from the iso at some point. I’ll be getting a laptop within a month or so, and can then resume developing gnome edition. I’ll fix this at that point.
The problem with using xdotool is that it is not compatible with wayland. We’ll figure something out to make it compatible with both environments.