I have done the following already:
- Install iio-sensor-proxy via Add/remove programs or
pamac install iio-sensor-proxy
- install Gnome Extension Improved-OSK via the new Extension Manager or
pamac install gnome-shell-extension-improvedosk
/etc/environmentadd this to the bottom:
- In Firefox go to about:config search for
"dom.w3c.touch_events.enabledand change the value
But when I try to scroll on the touchscreen (with 2 fingers), it just selects text. Same when I try pinch-to-zoom.
On a side note: Gnome still does not support on-screen-keyboard to auto-appear in most applications (except Gnome applications)… this made me sad today. The Improved-OSK extension does add an icon to Panel, but then I have to toggle the keyboard on/off myself I am understand there is not much Team Manjaro can do about this. Just a Gnome limitation/oversight for many years now.
SOLVED by rebooting after making the changes. I just restarted Firefox. I believe you need to at least log off/on again. But a reboot does the trick as well. Perhaps this info is useful for others.
Still no automatic on-screen keyboard unfortunately.