I was having some odd issues with single-click events on twofing 9b - single clicks would register, but once I lifted my finger it would be like I was holding down the mouse button, it didn't register the finger lift. Single clicks worked fine when twofing wasn't running.
Poked around in the source a bit and noticed the releaseButton function was missing ancall like the one in pushButton - adding that and recompiling seems to have fixed it. Figured I'd share the fix in case anyone else is having this problem.Code:XFlush(display);
Word of warning to anyone thinking of trying 3.0 kernel (11.10) on their T101MT -
tl/dr: Latest kernel killed my T101MT dead.
Like you mentioned, the GINN gestures aren't 100% solid, but I now have right-click functionality with the touch-screen. This in tandem with the One Finger Scrolling in Firefox, can mimic a two-finger (right-click) scrolling. There's just a lot of artifacts. Plus, it defaults to scrolling as if doing a page-up/page-down.
I understand this is just a workaround (a good one too), but I was wondering what file to mess around with to try and fine-tune this beast.
is it /etc/ginn/wishes.xml?
Also, when I do
I'm missing hid_multitouch. IS this bad?Code:lsmod | grep hid hid_egalax 12837 0 hid_mosart 12885 0 usbhid 46956 2 hid_egalax,hid_mosart hid 91020 3 hid_egalax,hid_mosart,usbhid
What do you mean "killed it dead". LIke it's completely tanked. Bricked. Broken. Never going to live, ever again; even by replacing X hardware. That kind of dead?
From Jeff's blog (paraphrased): The problem was with something changing the display brightness to 0 (zero). A quick Fn + F6 does the trick.
You scared me there for a minute.
Also, is anyone else having difficulty compiling v4l-utils-0.7.92-test.tar.gz? I keep getting a fatal error with "linux/videodev.h" not existing. Even after following the suggestions from he post here.
Any suggestions or other posts I should pay special attention to?
Last edited by crazyness003; September 18th, 2011 at 06:32 AM. Reason: CHUCK NORRIS
Hi at all,
I am using this awesome tool for my wetab and it is working fine!
But with KDE 4.6.x and 4.7 I have a sick bug and hoping that someone can help, because plippo can not
The bug will take affect, when you try for example to mark folders in dolphin (this is not in all windows, only in some). Then, the whole dolphin windows moves. It is like the shortcut "ALT+Left Mouse" in KDE. This shortcut is disabled in my KDE configuration, but twofing moves it anyway
The same problem take affect in KDE Softwarecenter (kpackagekit). I can not install any software, because, when I click on "install" the shortcut "move whole window" takes action
You can see the bug here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HeL2j6L5C8s
For any ideas i would be grateful
I'm considering purchase of one of these. After watching some reviews, though, I was turned down by the sluggish Windows 7 performance. Does it perform much better under Ubuntu? How hard do you have to press the screen for touch recognition?
You do not have to press hard at all, positioning works very well. I can not complain about performance with Linux, as a matter of fact I was surprised it works so well under win7 - but it comes configured to run a lot of services I don't need - after throwing them overboard it starts a little bit faster, but compared to Ubuntu it still feels less responsive.
Under win7 I installed vmwareplayer to run winxp (a functionality which seems broken in Ubuntu since 11.04) and it performs as good as a native winxp on an Asus Eee Top.
So no complains from my side - (but I don't use it for games if that was part of the question)
AsusEEEPc AtomN455 T101MT:12.04
Dell Inspiron Duo:12.04
AMD64X2: UbuntuStudio 12.04-64bit