Sunday, July 28, 2013

bye, touchpad (part 2)

In "bye, touchpad" I wrote about turning off the touchpad (when there's a mouse plugged in) in Debian Wheezy KDE, which has KDE 4.8.4 and kde-config-touchpad 0.8.1 . The situation is similar in Kubuntu 12.04, with KDE 4.8.5.

I like things better in Chakra, with KDE 4.10.4. System Settings > Input Devices > Touchpad > General tab > turn the touchpad off > click "Apply." That's it. Just how things should be.

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