[xubuntu-users] edge scrolling

TOM TOM thomasthoma at gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 20:26:25 UTC 2012

On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Joshua O'Leary <
joshua.oleary at btinternet.com> wrote:

> On 31/08/12 05:25, Sa On wrote:
>> My laptop has a synatpic touchpad.   Using the xfce4 setting manager I
>> can activate either two-finger horizontal/vertical scrolling, or edge
>> scrolling, but not both.   Is it possible to have both?
>> Partial solution:  I installed gpointing-device-setting, then click
>> edge-scrolling
>> (in addition to the previous two-finger scrolling from xfce4 setting
>> manager),
>> and I got both.  But when I reboot the laptop I lose the
>> gpointing-device setting
>> (the xfce4 setting stays).  I then added gpointing-device-setting to
>> autostart.  Upon reboot, g-d-s does starts up but edge-scrolling still
>> does not work until I unclick-then-click edge-scrolling...
>> Many thanks!
>>  Why would you want both? It would become so fiddly as to be almost
> unusable. GNOME may let you do this though.
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I think Lubuntu has this by default. Xubuntu is much more stable though.
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