Windows Version: 10
Mouse Information (brand/model): No
Computer Information: One Netbook One Mix 3
How long have you used XMBC?: 2 days
What language and keyboard layout do you use in Windows?: English
Clear description of the problem:
This small notebook has a touch sensor, which randomly generates mouse left clicks events when I try to position mouse cursor. This is a common problem of such sensors, regardless of manufacturers. The notebook also have two physical buttons for left and right mouse buttons. Unfortunately, it is impossible to disable clicks from the sensor only.
Then I found XMouse Button Control, and set up a Button Held actions:
- Normal click: Disable
- Held for 50 ms: Left Click
- Held for 500ms: Sticky Left Button (I found no a better way to keep "drag/select" functionality, but it's quite handy).
The solution I ask for: optionally, look for WM_TOUCH events, and pass through mouse events which happen too soon after touch events. This way mouse events simulated from touches should work as expected.
From my experience (I'm a programmer, have an experience with touch events under Windows), less than 50ms is enough for "too soon", but it can be adjustable.
Currently, I have to use "tap and click" instead of just tap in most of Windows controls. Frankly, there are situations when I like this approach, because it saves me from accidental touches! But it is always good to have a choice
One more note: If I could set less than 50ms in the "Held for" field, it would be good as well!
Thanks in advance!