I am using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on a touchscreen laptop (Dell Inspiron 3521) with Chromium installed. When I click on a link with the touchpad (or mouse), the link opens in the same tab. However, when I touch the link on the screen, a new tab is opened which is not active, so I have to activate the tab in addition. What can I do in order to get the same behavior from touch as from a mouse click?
I just installed Chrome, and so far I only have one complaint. My laptop has a touchscreen, and when I tap on a link, it acts like I only moved the mouse, but didn't click on it. I've noticed similar behavior in other applications, and even in my window manager (awesome). Is there a global setting for how the touchscreen should be interpreted, or something similar?
I'm working with someone who has a Win8.1 laptop with a touchscreen. It seems that occasionally, the touchscreen goes a bit berserk and senses a constant set of touches on 2-3 points on the screen. At that point, even using the touchpad becomes a challenge.
We've discovered two work arounds....one is to put the computer to sleep, and wake it back up.
So my touchscreen does not work. Everything else works, but the touch screen. The back, menu, home, power, and volume button works. As soon as I realized the touchscreen didn't work, I also noticed the "hand" icon in my notifications bar. Do I need to factory reset? Has anyone ever seen this notification???
Hello i just received my tx2z-1300, i am trying to get the touchscreen working, i followed the how to and got a semi functional touchscreen, my kernel version is 2.6.31-16 i used the -15 version to patch, now my problem is that the touchscreen does not work accurately and does not accept stylus input.
I wonder if there any russiand here that able to download this file located on this 4pda link and post the link on media fire because im unable to download since im not the registered member and the registration was totally awful and i could get through captha and i need your help.here is the link
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I am running Ubuntu 13.04 on a Thinkpad X201 with a Wacom Touchscreen. The touchscreen seems to work fine, but upon resume after suspending, the touchscreen does not work. It actually doesn't even show up when I run:
I initially had Ubuntu 12.10 on this laptop but these issues only came into existence once I upgraded to the latest release.