As far as i understand it the problem is a UI that make sense - libinput is easy to configure, the best UI we have right now is fpad 😄 - joke aside, the UI should not be that hard, i guess the logic to handle the devices is harder. Configuring input devices at all is a bit underrepresentated in LXQt right now - and thats no secret.
Looks beautiful, Simon. Thanks so much for taking my suggestion, and making it a reality! Very psyched to see how this can improve our workflow.
I suggested Read The Docs but it looks like Python isn't using that. They have drop downs for versions and languages. They implemented it themselves and I can't find any module for it. I'd be shocked by this but since everyone uses Read The Docs and they implemented it, why bother?
With libinput being a thing I'd imagine it would be pretty easy. @agaida ?
Can we at least look at getting a checkbox to toggle it? :P
I hate tap to click with the biggest passion ever. It's worse than caps lock, seriously.
I think dividing by sections is good.
I think dividing by sections is good. @wxl's suggestion sounds good; doesn't the Python documentation do likewise? Another option is to color-code (or otherwise demarcate via CSS?) which statements apply only to which version, but given color-blind and monitor issues that may not be a good idea.
Read The Docs can just provide a toggle between different versions.
I am in favor of 1 or 2 and have been from the start to do that you would have to have the cronjob checkout the LXDE branch and build that with make html. Please do this in a different directory for each version of the manual espically if using make clean as otherwise they would clobber each other on the backend server.
I'm symbolically closing this.
Thu, Oct 18
I have cleaned up most of theese but don't know about the html static path warning.