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Will one finger touch scrolling be a feature in a future update of firefox for linux?

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I just installed mint 18.3 and I'm still pretty green. I know there's a solution but I can't understand it.

_______________________ Enable touchscreen gestures

Make sure dom.w3c_touch_events.enabled is either set to 1 (enabled) or 2 (default, auto-detect).

Add MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1 to /etc/security/pam_env.conf and then logout or reboot your system for the changes to take effect.


_______________________

I'd like to know what this means (sorry for being dum), otherwise I wouldn't mind waiting if there's plans to add scrolling in future updates.

Ausgewählte Lösung

Did you verify that is Firefox installed in this directory?

Firefox is probably installed in "/usr/lib/firefox", so if this is the file to start Firefox then try:

#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
/usr/bin/firefox
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You can use a bash script to start Firefox and add the line to use XINPUT2 to this file.


#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
cd <path to firefox srcipt>
./firefox
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I wish I knew what that meant, haha. Don't worry about helping me, it'd take too long for me to learn.

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cor-el said

You can use a bash script to start Firefox and add the line to use XINPUT2 to this file.
#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
cd <path to firefox srcipt>
./firefox

Sorry to bother you, but I've been trying to do the bash script, this is what I've done, I know it's not correct, but I would appreciate it if you could guide me in the right direction from here.

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The code I posted needs to be in a text file (e.g. firefox-touch), so you can open a (plain) text editor and paste these lines in the file. You need to use the chmod command or a file manager (properties) to set the execute (x) flag for the file.

When you start Firefox by using this file then the environment variable will be set.


#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
cd /usr/bin/firefox
./firefox

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cor-el said

The code I posted needs to be in a text file (e.g. firefox-touch), so you can open a (plain) text editor and paste these lines in the file. You need to use the chmod command or a file manager (properties) to set the execute (x) flag for the file. When you start Firefox by using this file then the environment variable will be set.
#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
cd /usr/bin/firefox
./firefox

I set it to execute and when I ran it in terminal this is the error that popped up

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Ausgewählte Lösung

Did you verify that is Firefox installed in this directory?

Firefox is probably installed in "/usr/lib/firefox", so if this is the file to start Firefox then try:

#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
/usr/bin/firefox
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cor-el said

Did you verify that is Firefox installed in this directory? Firefox is probably installed in "/usr/lib/firefox", so if this is the file to start Firefox then try:
#!/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1
/usr/bin/firefox

So I did this, and it opened firefox no problem, however, the touchscreen gestures still didn't work. It just behaved normally. __________________

  1. !/bin/sh

export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2 DEFAULT=1

cd /usr/lib/firefox ./firefox __________________

That's what the textfile looks like as of right now

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Sorry about the confusion. This line should of course be:

  • export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1
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cor-el said

Sorry about the confusion. This line should of course be:
  • export MOZ_USE_XINPUT2=1

Awesome! It worked great!