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TS_TEST_MT(1)			     tslib			 TS_TEST_MT(1)

NAME
       ts_test_mt - A basic multitouch test program for	tslib.

SYNOPSIS
       ts_test_mt [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION
       ts_test_mt  is  used  to	test tslib using ts_read_mt() ,	see ts_read_mt
       (3). It can be used for single and multi	touch  devices	and  lets  you
       test  the  input	 behaviour with	tslib's	filters	applied. Two modes are
       offered by buttons on the display:

       In Drag mode, one crosshair for each concurrently made touch contact is
       drawn to	the framebuffer	display.

       In Draw mode, lines are drawed for each touch contact.

       -r, --rotate [value]

	   Rotate  the screen. value is	0 for 0	degree,	1 for 90 degrees (CW),
	   2 for 180 degrees (upside down) and 3 for 270 degrees (CCW).

       -v, --verbose

	   Print the input samples' values to the console.

       -j, --slots

	   Override the	number of concurrent touch contacts to allocate.

       -i, --idev

	   Explicitly choose the original input	event device for tslib to use.
	   Default: the	environment variable TSLIB_TSDEVICE's value.

       -n, --samples

	   Automatically exit after having read	n samples.

       -a, --altcross

	   Show	an alternative crosshair symbol	at the touch points.

SEE ALSO
       ts.conf (5), ts_calibrate (1), ts_uinput	(1), ts_test (1)

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