Maybe it would be better to list the output of $ synclient -l
Mine works just fine. Maybe somehow your settings pushed the scroll area off the touchpad? Why don't you post the output of $ synclient
Take a look at the synaptics man page, it is all there for you. Though in order to change settings on the fly you would use synclient.
@cfr, you know you can simply use [[ -f /etc/profile ]] && . /etc/profile instead of the if/then statement. It will work either way, but I use the one liner because it makes my .xinitrc look a little cleaner.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Gr … boot_filesdm_mod?
Wow, you really left no stone unturned there, did you?
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … te#BumpingI actually am now not going to read the thread because this bothers me.
That is a good point… I guess you could specify the GUID of both to ensure that they are the same. But if you don't do that, no it won't actually work.
Thanks karol, I didn't know about that wiki page. I too am using the grml zshrc. It is pretty fantastic. I have yet to really learn about all the ins and outs of zsh, but so far I am really liking it.