Might there be a way, via /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d, to workaround different bindings, allowing users, via a separate second mouse (or even the same mouse) use JOSM without injuring their muscle memory acquired from other map editors?

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I know of no X-Window shenanigans, but there is a touchscreenhelper plugin that allows you to move the map with left drag if you're holding T.

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I find this issues really isn't as big as I would expect, I do occasionally try to pan with MMB but after a minute or two I tend to change modes. The ones that really drives me nuts are the programs that always zoom from the middle rather than where the mouse is.

(02 Nov, 22:07) InsertUser

OK. Thanks. There finally is hope. OK, I filed https://josm.openstreetmap.de/ticket/18300 .

P.S., an hour of JOSM messes up my use of all other mapping programs (and JOSM) for a whole month. It's like you aren't sure which is the gas pedal or the brake pedal anymore. You aren't affected. Good for you. I don't drink alcohol so don't wish to feel drunk for a whole month after one hour of that.

(06 Nov, 13:17) jidanni
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