[PATCH libinput 0/4] pointer acceleration DPI normalization

Hans de Goede hdegoede at redhat.com
Mon Dec 1 01:37:46 PST 2014


On 12/01/2014 01:04 AM, Peter Hutterer wrote:
> The first patch is just in this series for completeness, it's already been
> on this list.
> systemd has now merged the mouse DPI hwdb [1], so the next version will come
> with that enabled and we just need to start populating the actual database.
> The net effect for us is that we can start relying on devices to have a
> resolution and build on that. But for that we should start relying on our
> defaults to reflect the real world: 400 DPI is simply outdated, most
> mice these days come with a 1000 DPI default.
> Note that changing the default has no effect on mice until a database entry is
> added (and the mouse isn't on 1000dpi). Touchpads are badly affected (see the
> comment in 4/4) but that can be hacked around for now until we figure out a way
> to adjust the filter code properly.

Not 100% happy with the touchpad hack, but it is what it is. Otherwise this
series looks good and is (including the touchpad hack) :

Reviewed-by: Hans de Goede <hdegoede at redhat.com>



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