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kcm_touchpad

   0.3.1  

KDE System Tool

Score 85%
kcm_touchpad
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  5791
Submitted:  Oct 7 2009
Updated:  Jan 12 2010

Description:

Synaptics driver based touchpads kcontrol module.

This is configuration control panel module for synaptics-driven touchpads.
Based on ksynaptics by Stefan Kombrink (qsynaptics.sourceforge.net). Thank you Stefan.

Since version 0.2.0 doesn't require libsynaptics, but is Xinput-based.

Tested on:
Kubuntu 9.04

Fork me on github:
http://github.com/mishaaq/kcm_touchpad




Changelog:

2010-01-12 (0.3.1) Michał Żarłok:
* fixed setting of sensitivity parameters (patch by Andrey Borzenkov)
* added german translation (by Volker Härtel)
* fixed settings of coasting speed on startup (patch by Andrey Borzenkov)

2009-10-30 (0.3.0) Michał Żarłok:
* fixed and matured translations support (patches by Jonathan Thomas)
* added dutch translation
* fixed storing and loading CoastingSpeed state on startup (patch by Andrey Borzenkov)
* fixed crash when there is no "synaptics" touchpad
* added name of the touchpad

2009-10-22 (0.2.95) Michał Żarłok:
* added preliminary translation support
* corrected tooltip
* fixed potential memory leak
* added new option "Max Tap Move"
* some improvements in loading values at kde start
* add "Sensitivity" option
* fix initializing of boolean properties (patch by Andrey Borzenkov)
* fix storing CoastingSpeed configuration (patch by Andrey Borzenkov)
* fix tooltip for "Enable Coasting"
* add "Corner Coasting" option

2009-10-17 (0.2.1) Michał Żarłok:
* added missing file "synaptics-properties.h"
* disabled "touch sensitivity" option
* added license notes to files
* added AUTHORS and LICENSE files
* updated README file

2009-10-15 (0.2.0) Michał Żarłok:

* switch from SHM to Xinput
* added some tooltips
* add "click time" option

2009-10-07 (0.1.0) Michał Żarłok:

* initial version




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 Thanks a lot

 
 by MilchFlasche on: Nov 19 2009
 
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After Kubuntu 9.10 is installed, my synaptics touchpad is lacking two-finger horizontal scrolling, and also two-finger tapping and three-finger tapping are set reversely with my preference. Your KCM plugin is just the ideal graphic tool I'm looking for to fix the situation and it really does well what it says. So thanks a lot for developing it!

KDE should really incorporate this, since there has long been touchpad configuration tools on Gnome, but not so mature on KDE.


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 Karmic PPA?

 
 by hvontres on: Nov 20 2009
 
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I am a happy user of this tool on Kubuntu 9.10. The only issue I see is that the ppa repository currently only has the Jaunty packages (9.04) which will work on 9.10. However some useres might get confused about this. Any chance of getting a Karmic feed for this AWESOME tool?

Thanks.


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 Same

 
 by marsark on: Nov 23 2009
 
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Nice, there are two similar utils:

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/synaptiks?content=114270


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 Values not applied on startup

 
 by mck182 on: Dec 5 2009
 
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Hi, I've got a problem, that the pad sensitivity setting won't apply after clean KDE startup. I have to open the kcm and set the sensitivity again to make it effective. Although the value is remembered and preset correctly, just doesn't apply after startup...


Proud Fedora user, sad AMD/ATI user
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 Re: Values not applied on startup

 
 by mishaaq on: Dec 13 2009
 
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Sorry for late answer, but I haven't had much time for this project.
This will be fixed soon, I promise.


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 Extra Feature?

 
 by moonrise on: Dec 11 2009
 
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I'd like to suggest a feature that I've seen on other systems that I use and like. Is it possible to have a setting that will disable the touchpad when an external mouse is plugged in?


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 Re: Extra Feature?

 
 by mishaaq on: Dec 13 2009
 
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Yes, I'm going to implement this feature, but at this moment I don't have time for working on this project. I can't predict when next release will be ready, but please be patient - I'm not going to cancel kcm_touchpad.


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 kde4 integration

 
 by cyberbeat on: Dec 26 2009
 
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thanks for your wonderfull app. please try to get this into official kde4 realease!

I also encountered a few very nice synaptics options which I would like to get integrated:

LockedDrags
LockedDragTimeout

These allow very easy "tap and drag" operations over longer distances (when the touchpad space is not big enough for the drag).

also nice would be options for disabling touchpad when another mouse is plugged.

for me the option to disable touchpad while keyboad is in use is greyed out. and the tapping timings/pts seem to have no influence.


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