I am trying out Manjaro Gnome (manjaro-gnome-21.3.7-minimal-220816-linux515) live USB on this Windows tablet: X11 2-in-1 Tablet*
My plan is to install Manjaro to the tablet but I wanted to see if things would work out okay before installing it for real.
The problem is that the touchscreen coordinates are not calculated correctly; the touchscreen in itself is functioning and the panel responds to touches, but both the x and y coordinates seem to be inverted. That is, when I tap the lower right corner of the tablet, the item on the upper left corner is clicked. Would there be any way to correct this? Or the situation could change for the better if I install Manjaro on the tablet, instead of running it on live USB?
I tried a couple of things described in Touchscreen - ArchWiki. What I have found so far is that /dev/input/event12 is handling touch events; if I
then every time I touch the screen, I can see some non-readable characters printed to the terminal (i.e. stdout).
This is what event12 looks like in /proc/bus/input/devices:
I: Bus=0018 Vendor=27c6 Product=011a Version=0100 N: Name="GXTP7380:00 27C6:011A" P: Phys=i2c-GXTP7380:00 S: Sysfs=/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:17.0/i2c_designware.4/i2c-8/i2c-GXTP7380:00/0018:27C6:011A.0007/input/input28 U: Uniq= H: Handlers=event12 mouse2 B: PROP=2 B: EV=b B: KEY=400 0 0 0 0 0 B: ABS=260800000000003
*Please note that the information on my profile page is about a different Manjaro, the one that I run on a laptop and use as my daily driver.