rcdeacon wrote:I need a configuration tool for the touchpad on my Acer laptop. I did not know which one would work the best. There seemed to be a few of them available. Can anyone steer me in the right direction. Also I apologize if this was posted in the wrong place. I was unsure where to post.
I'm at work now and really can't help you much. I can look around after I get home.rcdeacon wrote:I don't know where the configuration setup is located. Right now the touchpad is too sensitive and I need to adjust it back some.
I'm not from MN, I'm from IL...and oh yeah, I did the over-the-road thing many years ago driving a corn-binder and full-blooded puppy dog; mostly trip leasing. If you know what that is you may be an old trucker too.rcdeacon wrote:I appreciate the help antiquexray. You live in a very nice area BTW. I have been up there when I drove trucks over the road. Nice part of the country!
rcdeacon wrote:Antiquexray, I found what you were talking about in the control center but there is NO way to adjust the sensitivity of the touch pad. It seems that I drag my palm across and mess myself up sometimes. In kde they have ksnapatics which gives the ability to change the sensitivity. I'm very new to Gnome and did not know if the same capabilities exist.
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