Changes between Initial Version and Version 12 of Ticket #5179


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Timestamp:
Dec 28, 2012, 5:58:21 PM (8 years ago)
Author:
kallisti5
Comment:

I have an Asus ultrabook that has the same clickpad... adjusting description to be more generic.

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  • Ticket #5179

    • Property Status newassigned
    • Property Cc romain.picard@… added
    • Property Component Drivers/MouseDrivers/Mouse/USB
    • Property Summary Touchpad buttons not working correctly on Dell Inspiron Mini 10vTouchpad buttons not working correctly due to missing ClickPad support
    • Property Version R1/alpha1R1/Development
    • Property Milestone R1R1/beta1
    • Property Owner changed from nobody to siarzhuk
    • Property Type bugenhancement
  • Ticket #5179 – Description

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    1 I Installed Haiku r34776 on a Dell Inspiron Mini 10v Netbook and have problems with the mouse/touchpad not working correctly.
    2 Haiku was running from a USB stick but this shouldn't make any difference I wouldn't have thought.
    3 The mouse pointer moves OK when sliding ones finger over the touchpad but neither the left or right buttons work.
    4 What is interesting though is if one taps on the surface of the touchpad a left click is rendered which of course is correct.
     1Synaptics is now making touchpads that have one "physical" button which is the whole pad. To determine if a click is on the left or right side, the buttons are part of the touchpad and the synaptics driver detects where the finger is placed (this works due to multi-touch support)
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    6 The touchpad I believe is known as a "Synaptics Touchpad" but I'll try to find out more specific information from a Linux install or suchlike.
     3Known laptop models with this clickpad:
     4* Dell Inspiron Mini 10v
     5* Asus UX31A
     6* Asus UX32A
     7* HP series 4500 ProBooks
     8* ThinkPad X220
     9* ThinkPad X1
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     12By default, the whole pad is detected as the left mouse button.. so basic functionality exsists.
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     14More Information:
     15https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Touchpad_Synaptics#Buttonless_TouchPads_.28aka_ClickPads.29