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    [ubuntu] Re: Multitap with synaptic touchpad

    I don't have a windows partition, but I've gotten over the fact that it doesn't support the two-finger mode. I looked for a spot on the wiki that might be documenting which synaptic models support...
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    This is possible by adding a directive like this to your VirtualHost config:

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    [ubuntu] Re: Multitap with synaptic touchpad

    I'm not sure--how can I know if my touchpad is capable or not? It's a synaptic brand touchpad manufactured this year. Everything I've read in the docs leads me to believe this should work--but I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multitap with synaptic touchpad

    Ok, I logged out of X, and restarted HAL. I do see the VertTwoFingerScroll option in my Xorg.0.log now, and synclient is working. Unfortunately, the two finger scroll still doesn't work. I've...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multitap with synaptic touchpad

    Thanks for the response. I wasn't aware that these things were configured in HAL now. Anyway, I've created the following file (/etc/hal/fdi/policy/synaptics.fdi):

    <?xml version="1.0"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multitap with synaptic touchpad

    Sorry, I mean tapping with two or three fingers to simulate right/middle mouse clicks, and also using two-fingers to scroll (like on a mac).
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    [ubuntu] Multitap with synaptic touchpad

    Hello,

    I've read in the synaptics(4) manpage that the synaptic touchpads support multi-tap/scrolling for most models (as far as I can tell, recent synaptics touchpads are supported, but Alps are...
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    inotify confusion

    I need to know when a file is added to a list of directories. inotify seems like the perfect solution for this sort of thing... unfortunately, I am not having a whole lot of luck in getting it to...
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