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Thread: Touchpad two-finger scrolling is too sensitive

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    Touchpad two-finger scrolling is too sensitive

    I'm enjoying my new System76 Pangolin Performance with 12.04, and the two-finger scrolling is a very nice touch, but I find that it's way to sensitive, in that scrolling is either by tiny increments with light touches, or down across the entirety of a page with a stronger move. Is there a way to lower the scrolling sensitivity?
    I wish meatspace had a search function.

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    Re: Touchpad two-finger scrolling is too sensitive

    Try with mouse settings, write "mouse" in dash and it will appear.

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    Re: Touchpad two-finger scrolling is too sensitive

    There's only an option for pointer sensitivity, not scroll sensitivity.
    I wish meatspace had a search function.

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    Re: Touchpad two-finger scrolling is too sensitive

    Looks like there's a program called synaptiks available in the Ubuntu Software Center that gives more fine-grained touchpad configuration options. I'll try that.
    I wish meatspace had a search function.

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    Re: Touchpad two-finger scrolling is too sensitive

    synaptiks, what a great recommendation, did exactly what I needed, thanks !

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