First contribution (OpenBSD Rocks! - The OS and the process)
The ws xorg driver Wheel Emulation seems to be working fine for others with
the Thinkpad TrackPoint center button and my stylus. Similar behavior
should also work for touchscreens, to enable touch scrolling. Wheel
emulation does work properly for a stylus and this is the reason to
a bug instead of a feature request.
Enable Wheel emulation for the TouchScreen device with xinput, similar to:
Touch a window on the screen with a finger and slide finger to scroll that
Touching the screen does not move the mouse pointer at all. Touch a window
that does not have mouse focus and slide finger to scroll. Since the mouse
pointer is not moved to the location where the window was touched, the
scrolling and tapping events are sent to wherever the mouse pointer was
located before the touch of the screen. Taps are registered as mouse
Scrolling happens if the mouse pointer is over scrollable content, just
the expected window that was touched.
Note: The Lenovo C930 comes with a stylus. The stylus works fine because
mouse pointer tracking starts when hovering at a close distance to the
screen. The cursor always moves to the location where the screen is
touched with the stylus and the expected window content is scrolled.
Does not seem to be hardware specific. Let me know if I should provide
----- Thank you for all the work on OpenBSD!
Also, thanks to those who worked through and shared info for the C930, it
was a great help!
C930 tip: try outputs.spkr_source=mix2