LXQt 0.14 introduced more fine-tuned touchpad support. We should have some sane default settings for it.
|Open||tsimonq2||T100 Lubuntu 20.04|
|Open||None||T26 Define and Implement Default Settings for Touchpad|
I violently loathe tap to click. However, I know it is often requested and is something you find on Windows machines by default (but not Macs, I might add), so I can live with it.
- Natural scrolling should, most certainly, remain off. Every time I touch a modern Mac, it makes me want to throw it across the room.
- Tap to drag seems confusing to me if we also have tap to click.
- I'm a *huge* fan of two finger scrolling and don't know what I'd do without it. I actually use it for horizontal and vertical, too.
I like explicit configurations as there's no question as to what the default is and whether or not it matches expectations.
Also re: our IRC discussion, we need a libinput-compatible solution, as D1: Set tap to click as default for touchpad seems to only support synaptics, at least judging by the name of the configuration option. libinput should support essentially everything that's not bleeding edge. synaptics is basically in "maintenance mode" which is to say it's deprecated. The author/maintainer of libinput is the author/maintainer of synaptics, so when I say it's dropped, it's dropped.
I do think that pointers and touchpads are separate as far as libinput is concerned. We don't have to be *that* device-agnostic as long as we don't have to do specific things for each specific device. That seems contrary to the whole point of libinput.