ASUS 1015E Touchpad Driver
Disable Touchpad via FN key (Asus Laptop). Most of my function (Fn) . Fn+F2 does not switch WIFI on/off on Asus e [closed]. Wifi works ok but can not be. The WiFi card or touchpad of your Asus laptop E no longer works? Does your Asus computer's cigarette lighter charger experience constant malfunctions? Trackpad workarounds: using function keys as mouse buttons. I've had no end of trouble with my Asus E's trackpad. A discussion of.
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ASUS 1015E Touchpad Driver
As a final, desperate option, I decided to disable taps completely. Then how do you do a mouse click? I theorized, with all Linux's flexibility, there must be some way to get function keys to work like mouse buttons.
And indeed there is. The easiest way seemed to be to use xmodmap strange to find xmodmap being the simplest anything, but there you go. But to make it work, you need to enable "mouse keys": Do that like this: I don't generally find them a problem they don't work reliably, but they don't fire on their own ASUS 1015E Touchpadso I left them enabled.
I tried it and it worked beautifully for ASUS 1015E Touchpad click. Since I was still having trouble with that two-finger tap for right click, I put that on a function key too, and added middle click while I was at it.
I don't use function keys much, so devoting three function keys to mouse buttons wasn't really a problem. In fact, it worked ASUS 1015E Touchpad well that I decided it would ASUS 1015E Touchpad handy to have an additional set of mouse keys over on the other side of the keyboard, to make it easy to do mouse clicks with either hand.
ASUS 1015E Touchpad yes, this all probably sounds nutty as heck. But it really is a nice laptop aside from the trackpad from hell; and although I thought Fn-key mouse buttons would be highly inconvenient, it took surprisingly little time to get used to them. I had mixed results getting semi-usable behavior, but this turned out to be the wrong direction to approach the problem from.
Two properties ended up being key to making the touchpad usable: Synaptics Noise Cancellation and and Synaptics Finger. ASUS 1015E Touchpad the deault noise cancellation level of 13, holding a finger still on the touchpad resulted in minor "pointer brownian motion"; turning the level down to 0 as an experiment made this effect extreme. Increasing it to 20, on the other hand, basically eliminated the effect.
It also eliminated the random acceleration and deceleration during movement, which seems to have resulted from the noise component getting combined with actual motion such that the resulting ASUS 1015E Touchpad was sufficiently greater or less than that of the actual motion that it affected acceleration. The other option, "finger", was set by default to ASUS 1015E Touchpad for both the low and high threshold values.