I'm using Vaio which uses Synaptics touch pad. Multi touch gestures worked with no trouble on my previous installed operating system, windows 7. Now it seems like I can't use multi touch gestures on Ubuntu 12.10 at all. How exactly do I install the right drivers to make multi touch possible on my laptop. Thank you in advanced.
I have a problem with multi touch functions in my HTC One X.
I noticed that two fingers multi touch are works fine, but when I use 3 or more fingers, the multi touch doesn't work,
actually it opens the media link HD setup.
There's a way to disable this behavior?
Okay guys I found a solution:
All you need to do is to go into settings->Display, gestures & buttons-> uncheck H
I want to know what kind of 12 and 3 finger gestures I can make it in some programs but they don't tell you about how soon I also would like to know if um umm the multi-touch the 10 touch screen I've is there any gestures that you can use all 10 fingers is there anything you can use motion detection on tour maybe can give you screen react to the change in pressure um I'm totally new to this world
Manca meno di una settimana al rilascio di Ubuntu 13.04, tuttavia i lavori del team di developer continuano senza sosta, così giusto poco fa ci è giunta notizia che è stato rilasciato il nuovo file ISO di Ubuntu Touch, basato proprio su Ubuntu 13.04.
The Nexus 5 smartphone has been release by Google for a while now, but Canonical hasn't said anything yet about officially porting Ubuntu Touch on the new device.There is a big community of developers who are already porting Ubuntu Touch on a lot of other devices, including Samsung S4, for example. Other less known devices will also probably get ports soon.
I was able to get multi-touch scrolling to work up and down using unity tweak but I was not able to get left and right multi-touch scrolling to work in ubuntu. It does work when booted in Windows7, so the hardware is capable.
Does Ubuntu or any programs/tweaks enable other multi-touch features such as two finger left and right scrolling?