[Bug 610195] [NEW] Touchpad sensitivity slider not working properly
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Mon Jul 26 19:01:59 UTC 2010
Public bug reported:
Binary package hint: kcm-touchpad
I was testing the touchpad component of systemsettings on Kubuntu Lucid with KDE SC 4.5rc2. I wanted to increase the sensitivity of the touchpad, so I put the value at half of the slider and applied the changes. This made moving the cursor just impossible, even if I pressed heavily on the touchpad.
I've tested this for different values and it seems to me that there are
two issues (I'm not certain) :
1) For the 60% highest values, the cursor is not moving at all. So only
the lowest 40% of the slider can be used.
2) But then I also realised that putting the value at the minimum ('low
sensitivity') resulted in much higher sensitivity than when the value is
at 30%, so it appears I might share the symptoms of this bug for the 40%
of the slider I can use : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kcm-
I can always reproduce this behaviour.
I'm using a SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad on an Acer Aspire 5102WLMi laptop.
Systemsettings is from Kubuntu Lucid x86_64 packages with KDE SC 4.5rc2.
Version of kcm-touchpad is 0.3.1-0ubuntu3.
** Affects: kcm-touchpad (Ubuntu)
Touchpad sensitivity slider not working properly
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