I am running Debian Sarge on an Ibm Thinkpad R51. Most of the things
work flawlessly; also compared to the Suse I ran before. Thanks for that
One small annoyance to me is the behaviour of the touchpad. When I move
the mouse quickly up in a browser (to the menue or a link on the top of
the page), the browser (both Mozilla and Konqueror tested) apparently
interprets this as pressing the "back" button. As I understand from the
README.gz, in xfree86-driver-synaptics this is implemented `as a feature'.
Is there a possibility to turn off this "back" button behaviour without
loosing "scroll up" and "tapping" features of the touchpad?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks a lot!