Linux Touchpad like Macbook Update: Touchpad Gestures Now Shipping 🚢

Bill Harding December 14, 2021

Bill Harding

CEO/Programmer, GitClear

Bill is driven by the challenge of how best to quantify valuable questions that defy quantification. It's possible this instinct may have been awakened in Bill at age 14, when he won a soft, stuffed bunny at the orthodontist for guessing the number of jelly beans in the gumball machine.

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eithan said 12 months ago

Thank you so much for your hard work! Very appreciated :)

Only thing I really miss is Gnome Wayland scrolling speed/acceleration tuning (currently way too fast), and Chrome History Overscroll Navigation (horizontal 2 finger scrolling to go back/forward).

And again, thank you Bill and to the rest of the maintainers for all the hard work! Can't wait to try it 😊

David said 12 months ago

Yes, thank you so much for all the hard work!

Just wanted to drop a line that I totally agree with Bill. When comparing the acceleration and precision of my Linux touchpad (XPS15) with an MBP touchpad, I feel like there is a lot of room for improvement.

David said 11 months ago

Appreciate all the hard work!

I would love to see more gestures in Firefox, especially a working implementation of back and forward swipe, e.g. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1539730.

Ole said 4 months ago

Really cool work! Any updates since December 21?

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