This feature works best with PalmDetect off. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Does anyone know where to find a Synaptics Touchpad driver for this system? However, independent software developers have created Linux drivers that are available at http: It is performed by tapping touching and releasing the finger , then touching again and moving the finger on the touchpad. Tapping is disabled by default for touchpads with one or more physical buttons.

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Is there a way to make this happen on boot? This property is only initialized if Option “HasSecondarySoftButtons” is enabled and this option is set in the xorg. I went to that location and created a text file This property is disabled by default. Tapping A tap event happens when the finger is touched and released in a time interval shorter than MaxTapTime, and the touch and release coordinates are less than MaxTapMove units apart.

Enable tapping on touchpad. The options available are explained in the man page man synaptics.

The option is disabled by default and can be enabled by setting the AreaBottomEdge option to any integer value other than zero. Option “HorizResolution” ” integer “. The synaaptic of the mouse click generated by tapping. Some benefits would be: Coordinates to the left of LeftEdge are part of the left edge areas 1, 4 and 7coordinates to the left of LeftEdge and above TopEdge area 1 are part of the upper left corner, etc.


If this scrolling speed is larger than the CoastingSpeed parameter measured in scroll events per secondthe scrolling will continue with the same speed in the same direction until the finger touches the touchpad again. The synclient tool shipped with synaptics version 1. CornerCoasting takes precedence over the seamless switch from edge scrolling to circular scrolling.

If palm detection should be enabled. If they do, the behavior of the driver is undefined.

SynapticsTouchpad – Debian Wiki

Option “AreaRightEdge” ” integer “. When changing this parameter with the synclient program, the change will not take effect until the synaptics driver is disabled and reenabled. This property is disabled by default.

If enabling ClickPad support at runime, the user must also set the middle mouse button timeout to 0. Grabbing the event device means that no other user space or kernel space program sees the touchpad events.

The libinput driver is provided by xserver-xorg-input-libinput. CornerCoasting takes precedence over the seamless switch from edge scrolling to circular scrolling.

Ubuntu Manpage: synaptics – touchpad input driver

This option allows disabling this scaling behavior, which can provide smoother mouse movement in such cases. Option “Protocol” ” string ” Specifies which kernel driver will be used by this driver. Debian 9 “Stretch” In most casesmake sure you have xserver-xorg-input-libinput xserver-xorg-input-evdev xserver-xorg-input-mouse installed, and not the xserver-xorg-input-synaptics package.

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If on, edge motion is also used for normal movements. Option “CircularScrolling” ” boolean “.

New maintainer for the tpconfig driver is Bruce Kall.

Synaptics Pressure Motion 32 bit, 2 values, min, max. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

This gesture is an alternative way of dragging. Pressure motion When pressure motion is activated, the cursor motion speed depends on the pressure exerted on the touchpad the more pressure exerted on the touchpad, the faster the pointer.

If you press both the left and right mouse buttons at almost the same time no more than EmulateMidButtonTime milliseconds apart the driver generates a synatic mouse button event. The option is disabled by default and can be enabled by setting the AreaLeftEdge option to any integer value other than zero.