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#1 2013-05-09 04:15:22

DapperMe17
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From: Todd's Gang
Registered: 2012-10-19
Posts: 215

[Solved]Remove touchpad conventional coasting...

Solved:

By adding this synclient entry to autostart.sh (notice the -1)...

synclient CoastingSpeed=-1 &

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Thought I had this one nipped, but still hanging around...

I've added these to the startup.sh...

synclient CoastingSpeed=0 &
synclient CoastingFriction=0 & 
synclient CornerCoasting=0 &
synclient CoastingFriction=0 &

However, they aren't the answer.

When I push up quickly, and immediately take my finger off (simulating a mouse roller roll, I guess) the touchpad edge, the page continues scrolling either to the very top, or the very bottom. 

Any ideas are appreciated.

Thanks

Last edited by DapperMe17 (2013-05-09 06:21:55)

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#2 2013-05-09 04:32:31

lcafiero
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From: Felton, California, USA
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Re: [Solved]Remove touchpad conventional coasting...

Try adding

# Turn off vertical scrolling
synclient VertEdgeScroll=0 &

To startup.sh

And, for good measure add this to synclient from the command line:

$ synclient VertEdgeScroll=0 HorizEdgeScroll=0

(You might have to do the same thing with VertTwoFingerScroll=0 and HorizTwoFingerScroll=0)


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#3 2013-05-09 05:02:03

DapperMe17
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From: Todd's Gang
Registered: 2012-10-19
Posts: 215

Re: [Solved]Remove touchpad conventional coasting...

Thanks for that, Icafiero.

However, I believe those options will cash out scrolling completely.

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#4 2013-05-09 17:01:00

lcafiero
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From: Felton, California, USA
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Re: [Solved]Remove touchpad conventional coasting...

Oh, sorry. I misread what you wanted to do (me, I try to turn off the trackpad scrolling and tap-to-click altogether because it's a PITA, IMHO).

Glad you solved it, anyway. Using the aforementioned method of turning on and turning off things in synclient, you can go in tweak what's there -- it can be fun on a boring day.


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