2019-04-09 - Jan Engelhardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Update to new upstream release 1.13.1
* Add quirk files for a HP Spectre 13 tablet, the trackpoint in
the IBM USB UltraNav keyboard and the Toshiba Satellite
2019-03-29 - Jan Engelhardt <email@example.com>
- Update to new upstream release 1.13
* Touch arbitration has improved for tablets, especially on
touch screens. A timer set on pen proximity out means we
don't get ghost touches anymore when the hand lifts off
slower than the pen itself.
* Location-based touch arbitration means that parts of the
screen can be interacted with even while the pen is in
* libinput uses the tilt information where available to disable
touches in a rectangle around the pen where the hand is
likely to be but leaves the rest of the touchscreen available
otherwise. Where the UI supports it, this allows for bimanual
2019-01-21 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Update to new upstream release 1.12.6
* Two quirks for specific devices (Contour Roller Mouse and the
Acer Spin 5), two little cleanups.
2019-01-07 - Jan Engelhardt <email@example.com>
- Update to new upstream release 1.12.5
* Fixes an issue with the Asus VivoBook Flip 14 TP412UA, the
tablet mode switch is "stuck", causing the keyboard and
touchpad to stop working. A quirk was added to rectify this.
2018-12-18 - Jan Engelhardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Update to new upstream release 1.12.4
* Three hardware-specific quirks for the HP Spectre x360
(touchpad pressure thresholds), the Macbook Pro 11,2 (palm
thresholds) and the Lenovo T480s (missing
INPUT_PROP_BUTTONPAD) were added.
2018-11-07 - Jan Engelhardt <email@example.com>
- Update to new upstream release 1.12.3
* A new quirk "AttrEventCodeDisable" was added
2018-10-24 - Jan Engelhardt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Update to new upstream release 1.12.2
* The Lenovo x220t and x60t do not disable the keyboard in
* Button debouncing is now disabled on VMware virtual devices.
* The Wacom Intuos Pro PTH-660 palm threshold was restored to
the original value, it was changed accidentally.
* libinput now assumes that you only have one thumb per hand,
which is a statistically well-supported approximation.
* A 2-finger movement out of the software button area now will
no longer trigger spurious pointer motion events if one
finger exits the button area before the other one.
* The Wacom Intuos Pro PTH-660, when connected over Bluetooth,
sometimes caused an invalid event sequence that caused
libinput to lose track of the tap counter which again
triggered an assertion later.
2018-10-03 - Jan Engelhardt <email@example.com>
- Update to new upstream release 1.12.1
* A few entries there had to be corrected/added, including the
one for the MS Nano Transceiver, the Dell XPSL322X touchpad
and some of the Elan Touchpad quirks. A new quirk was added
for the Kensington Orbit trackball which is confused about
it's non-existing middle button and for the Asus UX302LA
touchpad which thinks pressure isn't necessary once two
fingers are down.
* Apple touchpads randomly triggered an assert (under very
specific, but easy enough to trigger conditions), which is
- Remove 0001-quirks-fix-the-trackpoint-multiplier-for-the-Dell-E7.patch
2018-10-01 - firstname.lastname@example.org
* refix the trackpoint multiplier for the Dell E7470 (boo#1013647,
fdo#106323, gitlab issue#148)