Commit 0722c287 authored by simonthum's avatar simonthum Committed by Peter Hutterer

xfree86: document pointer acceleration in xorg.conf.man

Signed-off-by: simonthum's avatarSimon Thum <simon.thum@gmx.de>
Reviewed-by: Peter Hutterer's avatarPeter Hutterer <peter.hutterer@who-t.net>
Reviewed-by: default avatarFernando Carrijo <fcarrijo@yahoo.com.br>
Signed-off-by: Peter Hutterer's avatarPeter Hutterer <peter.hutterer@who-t.net>
parent 1aca2d75
......@@ -915,6 +915,51 @@ may be reattached or set floating at runtime.
.TP 7
.BI "Option \*qSendDragEvents\*q \*q" boolean \*q
Send core events while dragging. Enabled by default.
.PP
For pointing devices, the following options control how the pointer
is accelerated or decelerated with respect to physical device motion. Most of
these can be adjusted at runtime, see the xinput(1) man page for details. Only
the most important acceleration options are discussed here.
.TP 7
.BI "Option \*qAccelerationProfile\*q \*q" integer \*q
Select the profile. In layman's terms, the profile constitutes the "feeling" of
the acceleration. More formally, it defines how the transfer function (actual
acceleration as a function of current device velocity and acceleration controls)
is constructed. This is mainly a matter of personal preference.
.PP
.RS 6
.nf
.B " 0 classic (mostly compatible)"
.B "-1 none (only constant deceleration is applied)"
.B " 1 device-dependent"
.B " 2 polynomial (polynomial function)"
.B " 3 smooth linear (soft knee, then linear)"
.B " 4 simple (normal when slow, otherwise accelerated)"
.B " 5 power (power function)"
.B " 6 linear (more speed, more acceleration)"
.B " 7 limited (like linear, but maxes out at threshold)"
.fi
.RE
.TP 7
.BI "Option \*qConstantDeceleration\*q \*q" real \*q
Makes the pointer go
.B deceleration
times slower than normal. Most useful for high-resolution devices.
.TP 7
.BI "Option \*qAdaptiveDeceleration\*q \*q" real \*q
Allows to actually decelerate the pointer when going slow. At most, it will be
.B adaptive deceleration
times slower. Enables precise pointer placement without sacrificing speed.
.TP 7
.BI "Option \*qAccelerationScheme\*q \*q" string \*q
Selects the scheme, which is the underlying algorithm.
.PP
.RS 7
.nf
.B "predictable default algorithm (behaving more predictable)"
.B "lightweight old acceleration code (as specified in the X protocol spec)"
.B "none no acceleration or deceleration"
.SH "INPUTCLASS SECTION"
The config file may have multiple
.B InputClass
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