December 23, 2008 at 4:35 pm #160220gradyMember
I also use a Mac and have grown used to two finger scrolling. I found this link which enables two finger scrolling on the Sammy. Sorry if this has already been posted. I did a search and could not find it.
Here is the post I found:
“I’ve read quite a few people with complaints about the touchpad. I got my hands on my second NC10 today and I understand why people complain. It needs some tweaks to be workable.
Here’s what I do:
– control panel, mouse, maximize the pointer speed (if it’s too fast at first you’ll get used to it.)
– tab device settings, settings, scrolling, disable horizontal scrolling (this makes the touchpad larger)
– disable ‘free run’ scrolling over long distance. (not sure if I translated it right)
– disable ‘chiral motion’
– Firefox, tools, options, advanced, enable smooth scrolling
– use Firefox because it offers better scrolling than IE or Chrome in my opinion.
– if wanted install two finger scrolling as posted by Hurikaane:
http://forum.notebookreview.com/show…ght=two+finger I don’t use it I prefer the scroll bar.”
The link above is broken. Here is the link. http://code.google.com/p/two-finger-scroll/December 23, 2008 at 5:05 pm #177125jezMember
Hi Grady, yes, 2 fingered scrolling has been discussed here before. Actually your thoughts are welcome as I am about to publish a front page touchpad guide which will include some tips on how to use the touchpad, extras like this, and some suggested config settings. I have been through all the touchpad threads but I am definitely interested in any other thoughts.
It’s about 90% done but they are making me work until Christmas Eve (can you believe it!) so need an hour or so to finish it off!
Check out the NC10 thread on the subject 🙂December 26, 2008 at 4:43 pm #177126ChorazinMember
I just got my NC10, and I would love a new Synaptics driver that adds two finger tap for right click, and three finger tap for middle click. That would make me so so happy!January 6, 2009 at 2:11 am #177128aleadamMember
I just got my NC10, and I would love a new Synaptics driver that adds two finger tap for right click, and three finger tap for middle click. That would make me so so happy!
I just got my NC10 and this is one of the first things I did. I set one+one finger as right button and three fingers as middle button and it works great. I found that If I set two finger tap for right button, it was triggered too many times after with the two finger scrolling. One+one tap works much better.
AlexJanuary 6, 2009 at 6:48 pm #177127JonBMember
I’m doing alright with one of these:
It’s the latest Option USB stick and it even works with Linux.
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