When I tap the right side of my touchpad, it right clicks. This feature is driving me insane and I want to get rid of it, how Do I do that.
To clarify, I do not want the entire tap to click gone, but I want it to only left click on tap, and use button for right clicking.
The option to disable the touchpad while typing does not work on my Samsung RC512 with an Elantech touchpad and I enjoy two-finger scroll and middle-click emulation with two fingers too much to disable tapping the touchpad. When I type the cursor will jump around because I'll hit the touchpad with my palm. How can I disable one-finger tapping but keep multi-finger tapping?
Hi, I am testing daily live image of Ubuntu 12.10 and I have a problem with the touchpad on my laptop (Samsung NP530U3B-A01US).
The problem is short movements on touchpad that last less than half a second, for example, trigger the click event.
If you have a Vaio Pro 13 (maybe 11 as well), you might have noticed that you can click the touchpad from under the laptop because the chassis is super flexy.When on the couch and typing this happens to me, my belly will literally click, which is annoying.
I have an LT27 Gateway notebook. Not sure what the touchpad is. When I had Windows, I was able to disable the tapping on the touchpad, so that I could type without random redirection of the cursor due to spurious tapping signals from the touchpad. But since I got Lubuntu about a week ago, I have been unable to disable the tapping feature, which makes typing a challenge.
I'm using HP 350 G1 and on windows touchpad can be enabled or disabled with a double tap on the top left corner of the touchpad (where the LED light is) I'm wondering is it possible to make that on Ubuntu. I already have installed Touchpad-Indicator to make enabling and disabling touchpad easier with a shortcut key.
I'm setting Fedora 17 up a new laptop with a standard synaptics touchpad. It was a standard installation, except that I chose to install xfce instead of GNOME. The touchpad has worked properly right from the start, but tap-to-click was not enabled. After some googling, I installed gpointing-device-settings and was able to configure thresholds, etc.