|# this script sets some parameters to get a useable configuration|
|# these changes are not persistent, you may want to include this in your autostart|
|# 1 finger = left click, 2 finger = right click, 3 finger = middle click|
|# enable horizontal two-finger scrolling (vertical is enabled by default)|
|# disable the top edge of the touchpad to prevent jittering when using the trackpoint|
|# configure trackpoint buttons|
On my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS system I had to change AreaTopEdge from 2500 to 100, but otherwise this works great! Thanks!
Instead of creating a start script, it's better to store this in a config file for X11.
For example in
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Thanks so much for that... this touchpad was driving me nuts!
thanks for this tfg13.
if you just use the script and get an "integer parameter out of range" error, you may need to move the MiddleButtonAreaRight directive about the MiddleButtonAreaLeft directive.
If you want to disable the touchpad for cursor movement (if you only use the nub mouse), but keep the click buttons and right edge scrolling, add:
I've been using
over a year now. However, I've just experienced the out or range error for some reason, as mentioned by @bbraybrook . I can confirm that if I change the swap those two lines, the error goes away.