Questions about synaptics coordinate
peter.hutterer at who-t.net
Wed Mar 28 23:39:48 PDT 2012
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 12:38:01PM +0800, Leon Shaw wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> I looked into eventcomm.c and got confused.
> 1. Shouldn't apply_st_scaling be something like:
> (value - st_min[axis]) * proto_data->st_to_mt_scale[axis] + priv->minx_or_y;
> instead of
> value * proto_data->st_to_mt_scale[axis] + proto_data->st_to_mt_offset[axis];
> since st_min is normally not 0?
yes, you're right, this appears to be broken. Can you submit a patch please?
rename the st_to_mt_offset to st_min since we don't seem to need it
> 2. My device seems reporting coordinates beyond minimum and maximum
> value in priv when I touch the edges. Is there some thing wrong?
no, that's a synaptics "feature". the ranges the device reports are the
ones seen from a "default" finger, if your finger is larger or smaller, the
actual ranges you can trigger on the device are different. bit of a pain,
the main problem is that the driver assumes these ranges to be something
else and features have piled up on this misunderstanding for years. it'll
take a while to get rid of this.
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