Opened 2 months ago
Closed 5 weeks ago
New point version.
-Ddocumentation=false is now the default and can be omitted.
Grab this set of tickets.
libinput 1.19.1 is now available.
A new feature is detecting (and working around) buggy devices that claim to
have a high-resolution scroll wheel but don't actually send events. This
shouldn't happen too often with real hardware but will be quite common with
We now assume any non-bluetooth touchpad is internal. Previously USB touchpads
were sometimes internal, sometimes external - we now default to internal
except for a few well-known external ones. This should make DWT work a bit
better on affected devices.
Finally, the jumping cursor warning has been reduced once again. In the vast
majority of cases this isn't something the user can do anything about, and the
libinput papering over the jump is correct behaviour. That means we don't need
to annoy the user with frequent warnings.
José Expósito (5):
doc: guarantee end sequence for continuous scroll
evdev: v120 scroll: invert horizontal scrolling quirk
libinput: add hold to get base event
test: add kernel bugs to log handler
fallback: hires scroll heuristics for buggy devices
Peter Hutterer (7):
touchpad: fix leak when the touchpad is removed before the dwt keyboard
touchpad: reduce the jumping cursor warnings to 5 per day
touchpad: use the model flags to determine internal vs external
touchpad: mark USB touchpads as internal by default
quirks: add quirk for the Prestigio Smartbook 141 C2 touchpad
quirks: update the Dell N5110 touchpad quirk
git tag: 1.19.1
Thank you for the heads up Xi, I will make sure that option gets removed.
Fixed at 9556a942e5e5e8ace18107c690e4eba2322378c9
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