When all of my gestures are made with only one button (e.g. button 3, my right-click) they all work perfectly. However, if for some applications I use a different button, no gestures can be inputted (as if easystroke was not running, or if I was using the wrong button) unless I toggle the easystroke dialog. After toggling the easystroke dialog, the application suddenly recognizes Easystroke. In my window manager, wmfs (a tiling window manager), changing the layout appears to "reset" the setting fixed by toggling easystroke, and I must again toggle the easystroke dialog to be able to input gestures. In my setup, I had button 1 as my main gesture button, and button 3 for xournal, and the behavior was as described. I used to have this problem in dwm, but it went away, but I really hope there's something you can do, Tom. I know this isn't a problem with application-specific gestures as gestures made in apvlv (which uses button 1, same as the default button) work just fine, right off the bat. My computer is running ArchLinux, 64-bit, easystroke 0.5.0-1.
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