|Reported by:||skfir||Owned by:||nobody|
Hi there! The idea is when one uses a touchpad it is not fast enough to move a cursor from one side of the screen to the opposite in one motion. so you have to raise your finger and put it back on the touch pad. So, when you are dragging an object using a touch pad + double tap it is necessary to have a short delay between you raise your finger and an object being dragged to fall, in order to give you time to move your finger to the opposite side of a touch pad in order to continue dragging, if you haven't reached the desired aim. In Haiku there is no any delay in my Dell e5400. As soon as you raise your finger the object is being dropped. And if you were not successful in reaching the desired folder to move the dragged object in , for instance, it is dropped between windows :) So I don't know whether it is an issue with my pad only, but there is no any delay and thus it is impossible to use touch pad drugging really.