1. Touchpad configuration, setting buttons to different values.
I just purchased a split keyboard with a touchpad today and I'm hating 3
button mouse emulation.. I do cut 'n paste a lot, and chording the two
keys just isn't reliable enough!
I would like to be able to use a tap as mouse button 1 (already works
that way), the left button as button 2, and the right button as button
3. I have been using tap for button 1 all night and it works pretty
good. Not quite as accurate I'm finding, but it's okay. I'll get used
to it. :)
I think gpm can do this, but I apparently haven't set it up correctly.
I tried "gpm -B 231 -R" even though I'm not sure that sequence is
correct. Again, I want the physical buttons to be buttons 2 and 3.
Second problem, is I'm not sure how to set XF4.0 to use gpm.. I tried
the following, except flipping the commented lines around, didn't
work.. the mouse wouldn't move at all.
# Identifier and driver
Option "Protocol" "GlidePointPS/2"
# Option "Protocol" "Auto"
# Option "Device" "/dev/gpmdata"
Option "Device" "/dev/mouse"
Thanks for any help! :)
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