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Compiz Support For Multi-Pointer X

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In May we shared that Multi-Pointer X (or MPX for short) was entering the mainline X server. While it's now in the mainline branch, Peter Hutterer, the chief developer of MPX, hasn't stopped there. One of his most recent accomplishments was modifying Compiz to support Multi-Point X.

In his personal git repository, he now has a custom version that does support multiple inputs and multiple events occurring simultaneously while still enjoying the wobbly windows and other desktop effects presented by this window manager.

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