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os:linux:general:synapticstouchtricks [2012/03/03 19:32]
jay [High Level Stuff With qsynaptics]
os:linux:general:synapticstouchtricks [2012/03/06 18:19]
jay [High Level Stuff With qsynaptics]
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 Make sure that if it does not exist, you add it.  This will allow you to edit the config on the fly without having to restart X.  This is essential to do anything else from here on out. Make sure that if it does not exist, you add it.  This will allow you to edit the config on the fly without having to restart X.  This is essential to do anything else from here on out.
  
-===== High Level Stuff With qsynaptics ​=====+===== High Level Stuff With gsynaptics ​=====
 The first thing to do is install qsynaptics. ​ This is a nice GUI based editor that will allow you to make some high level changes to your touchpad settings. ​ It's handy for some basic stuff. ​ So, if you are on a Debian based distro (like Ubuntu), you can just run on the command-line:​ The first thing to do is install qsynaptics. ​ This is a nice GUI based editor that will allow you to make some high level changes to your touchpad settings. ​ It's handy for some basic stuff. ​ So, if you are on a Debian based distro (like Ubuntu), you can just run on the command-line:​
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os/linux/general/synapticstouchtricks.txt · Last modified: 2014/12/01 00:20 by jay