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Thanks for the update! Curious, is there anything specific in terms of which platforms you're seeking testing help on (e.g. older macbooks, newer haptic touch macbooks, synaptics-based sensors)?
I was looking for an update just a few days ago, but didn't find anything. No code, no blog posts nothing. So thank you for this, as I'd lost hope.
This seems like great progress. I'll be donating a bit!
Cool! I've been using libinput-gestures for a while now as a hackish way to accomplish multitouch gestures. It's easy to use and works well if anyone wants this functionality without waiting
For my last couple of laptops I've used libinput first because everyone says it's the best option, but it always feels incredibly hard to perform small, precise movements. For example: try moving the mouse in a small circle (perhaps the size of the "Y" logo above). So both times I ended up switching to the old synaptics driver which seems to work better. I hope this project helps fix that so I'm sponsoring it
Why does ChromeOS have all of the stuff that this project claims to be developing? Are they using proprietary touchpad drivers?
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