[ANNOUNCE] xf86-input-synaptics 1.0.0
peter.hutterer at who-t.net
Sun Feb 1 16:07:16 PST 2009
Finally, we decided to go for a 1.0 release since 0.99.3 has been slumbering
for too long.
Notable improvements since the 0.15.2 release:
- Improved device autoscaling. The device now reads the kernel's event
interface and adjusts most parameters based on the information received.
This gives a unified feel to all touchpads without the need for
Of course, this doesn't work if your touchpad is lying about its
dimensions, so manual configuration may still be required.
- Support for input device properties (and thus run-time configuration without
- Build fixes for BSD so the touchpad actually works again.
Note: Due to the ubiquity of multi-touch capable touchpads, the driver will
pick two-finger scrolling over edge scrolling if two-finger detection is
supported by the hardware. Edge-scrolling is then disabled.
Kernels up to excluding 2.6.29 announce multi-touch capabilities for all
synaptics touchpads even if the hardware does not support it. If you have a
such a touchpad, you will need to enable edge scrolling explicitly in the
Please file any bugs against the Input/synaptics component.
Alan Coopersmith (1):
Remove xorgconfig & xorgcfg from See Also list in man page
Christoph Brill (1):
FDI: Add few examples suggested by Christian Schmitt <chris at ilovelinux.de>
Peter Hutterer (2):
properties: implement float properties.
git tag: xf86-input-synaptics-1.0.0
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