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[Bug 324721] Left-handed mouse orientation also changes touchpad touch click



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Summary: Left-handed mouse orientation also changes touchpad touch click


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=324721


peter hutterer redhat com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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         AssignedTo|krh redhat com              |peter hutterer redhat com
          Component|xorg-x11-drv-mouse          |xorg-x11-server
            Version|8                           |9




------- Additional Comments From peter hutterer redhat com  2008-07-15 01:35 EST -------
This isn't really a mouse driver bug, it's a conceptual issue with the X
server's event processing.

Problem being that the SetPointerMapping request by default changes the core
pointer device. Up to X11R7.4, any core event, no matter who actually generates
it, comes from the core pointer and thus assumes the core pointer's mapping
(which in your case is left-handed).

This problem is fixed in Xorg git, but needs a vastly different input system. It
also requires configuration tools to set the button mapping per device, and not
just for the core pointer.

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