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xinput(1)										xinput(1)

       xinput - utility to configure and test XInput devices

       xinput	[version]   [list   [device_name]]   [set-pointer   device_name]   [get-feedbacks
       device_name]  [set-mode	device_name  ABSOLUTE|RELATIVE]   [set-ptr-feedback   device_name
       threshold  num  denom]  [set-integer-feedback  device_name  index  value]  [set-button-map
       device_name map button 1 [map button 2 [...]]]  [query-state device_name] [test	[-proxim-
       ity] device_name]

       xinput version
	       test  if  the  XInput  extension is available and return the version number of the

       xinput list [device_name]
	       If no argument is given list all the input devices showing all their features.  If
	       an  argument  is  given,  show all the feature of device_name.  Uses XListInputDe-

       xinput get-feedbacks device_name
	       Display the feedbacks of device_name. Uses XGetFeedbackControl(3).

       xinput set-pointer device_name
	       Switch device_name in core pointer. Uses XChangePointerDevice(3).

       xinput set-mode device_name ABSOLUTE|RELATIVE
	       Change the mode of device_name. Uses XSetDeviceMode(3).

       xinput set-ptr-feedback device_name threshold num denom
	       Change the acceleration of device_name. Uses XChangeFeedbackControl(3).

       xinput set-integer-feedback device_name index value
	       Change the value of an integer feedback of device_name.	Uses  XChangeFeedbackCon-

       xinput set-button-map device_name map button 1 [map button 2 [...]]
	       Change the button mapping of device_name. Uses XSetDeviceButtonMapping(3).

       xinput query-state device_name
	       Query the device state. Uses XQueryDeviceState(3).

       xinput list-props device_name [device_name...]
	       Lists properties that can be set for the given device(s).

       xinput set-int-prop device_name property format value
	       Sets an integer property for the device.  Appropriate values for format are 8, 16,
	       or 32, depending on the property.

       xinput watch-props device_name
	       Prints to standard out when property changes occur.

       xinput delete-prop device_name property
	       Delete the property from the device.

       xinput test [-proximity] device_name
	       Register all extended events from device_name and enter an endless loop displaying
	       events received. If the -proximity is given, ProximityIn and ProximityOut are reg-

       device_name can be the device name as a string or the XID of the device.

       property can be the property as a string or the Atom value.

       Copyright 1996,1997, Frederic Lepied.

       Copyright 2008, Philip Langdale.

       Philip Langdale, <philipl@alumni.utexas.net>
       Frederic Lepied, France <Frederic.Lepied@sugix.frmug.org>

       Patches, bug reports, and suggestions are welcome.

Frederic Lepied 		   $Date: 1997/06/09 16:06:31 $ 			xinput(1)
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