Sorry for the late reply. I must confess that I don't use gestures at all (mostly due
to a lack of hardware) and thus have rather limited knowledge how they are configured. I
guess that you can configure them via libinput, but the config format is all but
libinput-gestures looks rather useful for that, but we do not have it packaged in Fedora.
However, its just a script, so installation is just a git clone ;-)
If you'd like to package it for Fedora, I'd be more than happy to help you out.
On September 19, 2021 10:18:17 PM UTC, Jun Aruga <jaruga(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>Hi i3 SIG,
>I want to configure the following gestures on the touchpad on i3. It's
>like Mac OSX.
>* zoom in, zoom out by 2 finger pinch
>* actions by 3 finger swipe
>How are you configuring the gestures? Is it possible to do it by
>creating such as a /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/40-trackpad.conf with libinput
>for the gestures? The natural scrolling by using 2 finger swipe can be
>set in the file. So, I thought more complicated gestures with 3, 4
>fingers might also be possible in the file.
>It seems libinput-gestures  is a tool for that. Are you using
>the libinput-gestures? Seeing an old article  installing it from
>the source, now we still need to install the libinput-gestures from
>the source now or do we have the RPM package?