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Hi, i was wondering whether the touchpad detects motion to the right of the vertical scroll arrow/lines.
Currently, my touch pad doesnt work in this little strip and i have activated commands to the corners of my touchpad and yet the right corners are considered to where the black printed arrow is.
Is there anyway to extend this touchpad area?
I hope i have made sense lol.
Everything I know about the touchpad is summed up on my touchpad overview page. The right hand side should be sensitive, and yes you can configure the area that is responsive from the control panel mouse page.
Does that help?! 🙂
Control Panel > Mouse > Device Settings
Should give you all the options you need to configure your touchpad just how you like it including the vertical scroll function.
You can also turn off annoying things like the Chiral Motion function from here 😉
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