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Bug#861652: task-kde-desktop: Speed of the mouse pointer does not depend on the speed settings in the system settings of the kde.

Control: reassign -1 kde-config-touchpad
Control: tag -1 + stretch upstream

Hi Igor,

I am reassigning the bug to the package kde-config-touchpad;
task-kde-desktop is only a virtual package to install the KDE desktop



On Sat, Aug 19, 2017 at 10:59:13AM +0200, Igor wrote:
> I've been searching for more information about this bug, and I've found
> a bug report at RedHat that probably is connected to this one:
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1227522 . This had led me to
> another bug report, this time, in KDE:
> https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=350688 .
> So it seems to be an upstream bug between KDE Plasma and LibInput. As
> a workaround, one can use the "xinput" command to set the acceleration
> directly from the command line:
>   xinput set-prop <device_id> 276 <value>
> 276 is the ID of the property "libinput Accel Speed". For example, in my
> case, to set the acceleration to the maximum (1.0), I've had to do this:
>   xinput set-prop 12 276 1.0
> Use this command to list the connected devices:
>   xinput list
> Use this command to know the current properties of a specific device:
>   xinput list-props <device_id>
> Another workaround is to just install "xserver-xorg-input-evdev" and
> uninstall "xserver-xorg-input-libinput". In my opinion, for now, EvDev
> suits my needs much better than LibInput.
> Salutes.

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