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Created attachment 139612
Corrected no-debounce for source package in Cosmic 1.10.6

Was dreaming about this issue last night, that's when you know good
trouble-shooting is taking place.  

Existing patch in Cosmic must be wrong.  Addition of K400 patch uses same
no-debounce code created for MS_NANO_TRANSCEIVER=1.  That code defines the
debounce exception handler and isn't supposed to be extensible.  Removed all
existing entries for K400 and localized changes to

Built my own sources clean:
apt --build source libinput10

Created /etc/udev/hwdb.d/99-no-debounce.hwdb:
# Logitech K400r

# Logitech K830

# Logitech K400Plus

sudo cp 99-no-debounce.hwdb /etc/udev/hwdb.d/99-no-debounce.hwdb
sudo udevadm hwdb --update

The wording of the original patch could be a bit more generic to give a clue as
to purpose, something like LIBINPUT_MODEL_GENERIC_NODEBOUNCE.  Regardless,
those entries state that the LIBINPUT_MODEL_MS_NANO_TRANSCEIVER quirk will be
applied to matching devices.

Users wanting to test no-debounce should get upstream packages with the code,
create a 99-no-debounce.hwdb and, upon successful test, migrate changes to

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