ZAxisMapping causing trouble
mhopf at suse.de
Thu Nov 10 11:10:13 PST 2005
On Nov 10, 05 12:34:32 +0100, Marcus Schäfer wrote:
> > On Nov 09, 05 16:41:52 -0800, Kean Johnston wrote:
> > > >Hmm, that's not quite how I did it on Solaris, but the Solaris mouse
> > > >driver reports wheel events with separate event ids, not mapped to
> > > >buttons already, so in my case it was:
> > > I have adjusted the SCO and UnixWare ports to behave the same way,
> > > and re-instated the default value for ZAxisMapping. May I commit
> > > the attached patch for RC2?
> > With setting the default for ZAxisMapping we again hide Buttons 4-7 to
> > the application by default. Or am I missing something?
> > I would strongly vote for a changed default ButtonMapping (like
> > indicated in the code).
> > Or am I missing some information here?
> Matthias what ButtonMapping should I add to the SuSE configuration
> when the default is gone ? I think we leave a gap on 4 to 5 right ?
Marcus, wait a second, as ZAxisMapping default is back to "4 5 6 7", I
think we should change the ButtonMapping default back again as well.
Just waiting for confirmation.
Otherwise the default with SUSE (and at least most Linux variants)
should be "1 2 3 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15" or something similar.
Buttons that are not generated do not account for the number of
available buttons, so this larger string doesn't hurt anyone.
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