There is no global recognition of touchscreen multi-touch gestures in LXQt. This is unlike in the default Ubuntu Shell desktop environment, where for example a long-press touch event on the touchscreen triggers a right-click.
Multi-touch input events are however provided by the X server, and programs which have their own implementation of multi-touch gestures can be controlled with these gestures. For example, two-finger pinch zoom works in Chrome / Chromium and Evince.
But is there a way to have a global recognition of multi-touch gestures to perform certain configurable actions, such as "trigger right click" or "switch virtual desktop"?
What I tried: I know that the
xf86-input-wacom driver has some (limited) gesture recognition including "tap-hold plus tap" for right-clicks. But I had to disable this as otherwise not even left-clicks would work on the touchscreen with some programs (background story).