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Anyone using 2 or 3 finger scrolling? How is the responsiveness?
When I just use the default scroll area on the right side of the touch pad, it seems like there is a delay before it starts scrolling as some scroll symbol first appears on the screen.
Is it the same delay and is there this same icon when using 2 or 3 finger scrolling?
Thanks in advance for any responses.
I gave up on all of the various scrolling options on the trackpad; I couldn’t find a set of settings that were responsive and didn’t interfere with normal mouse movements. It’s unfortunate because I used the vertical-scroll-on-right all the time on my big laptop, but that’s how it goes.
Others have had more success than I have. If you poke around the forums you can find other threads on the subject.
I don’t notice any delay when scrolling either with right scrolling area or two finger scrolling.
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