If anyone is interested, it seems that commenting out/removing the
following lines (135-136) from wcmTouchFilter.c did the trick,
seemingly without adverse effects:
/* send left up before sending right down */
wcmSendButtonClick(priv, 1, 0);
common->wcmGestureMode = GESTURE_TAP_MODE;
One would think that sending left down without a corresponding left up
would lead to trouble, but it doesn't seem to be the case (yet), and
right click now works as expected.
On 22 March 2012 10:58, Bjarke Nielsen <todbjerg@...> wrote:
> I have a Lenovo X220t, and I'm having a small problem with multi-touch
> gestures; When I hold one finger down and tap with a second finger, it
> right clicks (which is great) but at the same time a left click is
> issued. I'd like to know if there is a way to configure it to simply
> do a right click. I'm using the xf86-input-wacom 0.14 drivers (from
> the release tarball).
> I have attached the relevant information that I can think of off the
> top of my head, but please ask if more information is needed.
> I am not using an xorg.conf, and the xorg.conf.d file (50-wacom.conf)
> was supplied by Ubuntu (11.10).
> Regards, Bjarke