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bug #20760: Preferences dialog inconsistently ignores xmodmap button remapping

Submitted by:  David Gowers <ion9>
Submitted on:  Tue 23 Apr 2013 06:54:45 AM UTC  
 
Severity: 3 - NormalPriority: 5 - Normal
Status: NonePrivacy: Public
Assigned to: NoneOpen/Closed: Open
Release: git cf723b7Planned Release: None
Operating System: Linux

Tue 23 Apr 2013 06:54:45 AM UTC, original submission:

When buttons 3 and 2 are swapped (try it with 'xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10"'), MyPaint insists that they are not swapped (in the Preferences dialog), and also acts as if they are swapped (on canvas).
My preferences dialog states the following currently:

Scroll View Button3 (after reassignment, the button nearest the tablet)
Popup Menu Button2 (after reassignment, the button furthest from the tablet)

These statements are correct.
However, in order to make them, I had to:

  • delete the existing Scroll/Popup items
  • add 'Scroll view'. Assign it the button nearest the tablet, by.. clicking the button furthest from the tablet.
  • add 'Popup Menu'. Assign it the button furthest from the tablet, by.. clicking the button nearest to the tablet.

The button nearest the tablet now pans,
and the other brings up the menu.

TL;DR : Canvas understands button swapping, Preferences dialog doesn't (different methods in use to get the input?). Result is blatant lies and confusion :)

David Gowers <ion9>
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