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Re: ibook trackpad

On Sat, May 10, 2003 at 11:50:48AM +0100, John Leach wrote:
> The trackpad on my own 15" PowerBook G4 seems to be rather jumpy. 
> Describing it as too sensitive is wrong, I guess it's more inaccurate. 
> It's impossible to get a good combination of speed of movement and
> "non-jumpiness" with the Gnome mouse settings capplet.  
> I dual boot to MacOSX and it's fine over there, so I assume some kind of
> driver issue.
> John.
> On Sat, 2003-05-10 at 05:44, Nirmal Govind wrote:
> > Hi.. I'm having trouble with the trackpad in the ibook 2.. it's very jumpy so 
> > I can't seem to control it well.. and it also seems extra sensitive unlike 
> > most other trackpads I've used.. is this something to do with the driver or 
> > so? I'm running a benh kernel downloaded a couple of months back.. please let 
> > me know if you have any suggestions for making this trackpad more usable...
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > nirmal

I don't have a book, but recalling what I've read on the list you 
want to tell the trackpad notap. (You might search the archives for
that term to get the full discussion.)

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