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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


rstrode redhat com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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         AssignedTo|control-center-             |bnocera redhat com
                   |maint redhat com            |
          Component|control-center              |gnome-settings-daemon




------- Additional Comments From rstrode redhat com  2008-07-28 15:38 EST -------
So at one point a long time ago gnome-settings-daemon just SetPointerMapping and
when users set their mouse to left handed mode only the first mouse would be
left handed and subsequent mice would be right handed.

(It got even weirder if you had /dev/mice as one device and /dev/input/mouse2
then you'd end up with the left and right mouse button getting pressed
simultaneously no matter which button you pressed)

I fixed that in gnome-settings-daemon by using SetDeviceButtonMapping on every
mouse device to be left handed.  I assume the code is still like that, but I
haven't looked at it in a while.

We don't need a configuration tool, we need to detect that the touch pad and not
remap it (assuming that's possible)

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