Thanks for replying.
Yeah in the “corners” drop-down menus it says “left button”, “middle button”, and “right button”, but those are just for the “simulated” clicks (i.e. tapping the touchpad in the corners simulates a click). The ACTUAL clicking of the touchpad (in the bottom left and right corners) still doesn’t work no matter what I set them to…
edit: The “corners” menus. Setting these just enables taps (i.e. simulated clicks) for each of the touchpad corner areas.
Here is what is under the Enable/Disable touchpad tab:
Typing lspci -vv didn’t bring up anything of interest (I think), but typing:
I: Bus=0018 Vendor=06cb Product=7db7 Version=0100
N: Name=“SYNA7DB5:00 06CB:7DB7 Touchpad”
H: Handlers=event4 mouse1
B: KEY=e520 10000 0 0 0 0
What do you think?
I just noticed today that both the left and right clicks on my touchpad are not working. I can “tap to click”, but physically clicking the touchpad like a mouse is not working.
I normally use a mouse with my laptop and only resort to using the actual touchpad when I forced to (I find it annoying and cumbersome).
However it’s kind of bugging me that the physical clicks aren’t working, especially since I they worked the last time I used the touchpad. This was maybe several months ago, and I haven’t changed anything. In fact today was the first time I ever even looked at the touchpad setttings when I discovered clicking wasn’t working.
I’m using an Acer Swift 3, with KDE.
Anyone have any ideas?
Cantata is still not working on my system…No error messages, nothing. If I click on the icon in the kde “start” menu, The icon will briefly flash on my toolbar and then disappear. Cantata loads into memory (I can see it in the process list), but that’s it.
If I try to start it from the command line, I get no error messages. :(