You mentioned elsewhere that your screen resolution is reporting as "752x448". This would be congruent with the touchscreen not registering properly.MikeDunn wrote:Hi Bob,
Glad it's not just me ! Thought I must have been doing something wrong ... !
Do we need any particular exotic items to /summon @gsh ?
Edit: If this works, I'll add it to my growing-and-badly-in-need-of-some-structure FAQFlyingKipper wrote:Yes you have Overscan setting enabled.
then select Advanced Options -> Overscan -> Disable
This is a big can of worms for some reason. I ran evtest and I tried this on all 4 sides: start with my finger beside the display then drag it back onto the display until evtest first displayed something. The numbers look right: x=0 at the left, x=799 at the right, y=0 at the top, y=479 at the bottom.gsh wrote: ↑Mon Sep 28, 2015 5:22 pmThe touchscreen is supposed to be calibrated at source, although there is a mechanism to recalibrate I think it then happens somewhere in the input driver...
I'd suggest running evtest to find out what the touchscreen driver is actually saying...
if the numbers from the driver are the same then I'd suggest it's a badly calibrated touch screen... I believe you should be able to use ts_calibrate to fix though
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