Re: Disable selecting with trackpad?
Thanks for the reply! Looking at /etc/pbbuttonsd.conf (and man
pbbuttonsd.conf), I tried the following:
TPMode = notap
It was originally:
TPMode = drag
I have restarted after each change, with no effect. Trackpad is still
/etc/init.d/pbbuttonsd is using /etc/pbbuttonsd.conf.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. It's hot here in Memphis, TN,
USA without air-conditioning. My fingers get sticky, and the trackpad is
hindering my productivity.
stephen sefick wrote:
pbbuttonsd - i just installed it on my ibookG4 and no more a trackpad selection.
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 2:36 PM, Ross Gohlke<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have a Powerbook 12" 1.5GHZ. I am using XFCE as my window manager. I am
running kernel 18.104.22.168 with Debian Squeeze.
Is there any way to prevent the trackpad from being used to click? When I
move my mouse across the screen with the trackpad it frequently clicks on
things and selects as I drag. My trackpad is worn out, so using a lot of
pressure doesn't work very well.
I have set Drag and Drop Threshold and Double Click Time and Distance to
maximum in Settings > Mouse > Behavior. I have also tried changing Feedback
and Threshold for both Configure and appletouch under Settings > Mouse >
I turned this "feature" off under Mac OS X. Is there an equivalent (GUI or
CLI) under Debian?
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