thegreatgazoo wrote:Jupiter power manager has this option, also options top change screen settings.
http://www.webupd8.org/2010/07/jupiter- ... r.html?m=1
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ElectricRider wrote:I want to disable my Synaptic Touchpad under mouse settings in Mint 14 Mate 32 bit ( using the default Mate DE). I want the device disabled forever, not just disabled on typing. Mates's default mouse/touchpad app doesn't have this ability ( only disable on typing) but gsynaptics does and I've installed it via the package manager. If I go to the Control Center and choose the mouse/touchpad app, gsynaptics doesn't open. If i go to Application Finder and choose the mouse/touchpad tool, both gsynaptics app and the default mouse/touchpad app opens. I can hit the button to disable the touchpad from gsynaptics, but it doesn't take. My guess is that the default mouse/touchpad app is overriding it somehow. I could be wrong about that and it could be another reason. Any way I can fix this issue.. by configuration settings or using another tool or approach?
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