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#1 2013-04-27 00:27:30

monsterzero
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Registered: 2012-08-20
Posts: 8

Calming Over-sensitive Synaptics Trackpad

I recently purchased myself an X1 Carbon. I love the thing. However, the trackpad was really sensitive, so tap-to-click could sometimes be a little frustrating as the cursor had a habit of jumping around. After spending a bit of time in the synaptics man page and doing a fair amount of testing with different options, I settled on adding these two lines to my autostart file under the trackpad section:

    synclient FingerLow=55 &
    synclient FingerHigh=55 &

Now the cursor behaves much more like I want it. I hope some of you out there with a Synaptics trackpad may find this useful!

Last edited by monsterzero (2013-04-27 01:22:09)

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#2 2013-04-27 00:53:20

wuxmedia
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From: Back in Blighty
Registered: 2012-03-09
Posts: 1,469
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Re: Calming Over-sensitive Synaptics Trackpad

cool bananas!
thats whats it all about.
could i suggest a title modification? maybe - calming or slowing an over sensitive trackpad?

good work

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#3 2013-04-27 01:23:45

monsterzero
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Registered: 2012-08-20
Posts: 8

Re: Calming Over-sensitive Synaptics Trackpad

I like your suggestion for title modification and made it so. Thanks!

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