On my touchpad, I use two-finger-tap for double klick, but I disabled one-finger-tap because I always accidently touch it when typing, so I suddenly end up typing in another line than I actually want to. An[solved] [solved] yway, these are the corresponding settings:
Section "InputClass" Identifier "touchpad catchall" Driver "synaptics" MatchIsTouchpad "on" MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" Option "TapButton1" "0" Option "TapButton2" "3" Option "TapButton3" "2" EndSection
synclient TapButton1=0 synclient TapButton2=3 synclient TapButton3=2
The problem is: Every time I wake the computer up from sleeping or do something similar, TapButton1 is activated again! Since I have these settings also in the .bashrc (see above), I just have to quickly open a new terminal window when this happens to disable TapButton1 again. This workaround works flawlessly, but it's annoying nevertheless.
I have no idea how to fix this issue, I'm only sure that it's fixable. Any suggestions?
Last edited by cryptkeeper (2012-05-26 16:06:26)
You can put those line from bashrc in /etc/pm/sleep.d/ while resume | thaw. So you'll workaround this problem without have to open a terminal window.
Or you can use still
syndaemon -t -k -i 2 -d &
as wiki said, to disable touchpad while typing! (do a script with that line and put in your .xinitrc or in your session manager. It must be run after login)
I added the line to /etc/pm/sleep.d/90alsa, but it doesn't work. The file now looks like this:
#!/bin/sh # # 90alsa: suspend/wakeup ALSA devices case "$1" in hibernate|suspend) ;; thaw|resume) aplay -d 1 /dev/zero synclient TapButton1=0 ;; *) exit $NA ;; esac
What does this file anyway?
It must be run after login)
Precisely because of this reason, I added the following to my session startup programs:
Use 'gnome-session-properties' from a terminal. The above script disables two finger tap right-click, which kept popping up when I was trying to two finger scroll.
Arch-4.9.6 (x86_64) w/Gnome 3.22.1
ASUS P7P55-E-Pro, Geforce GTX460, i5-750, 8GB, Samsung 830 SSD | Intel NUC 5i5RYK | ASUS ux303ua | HP Folio 13
Yes, follow sultanoswing advice.
And restore 90alsa as it was!
In /etc/pm/sleep.d/ there are files to perform some actions before and after suspend/hibernation, but in this case you have only to put
in your session startup programs, as sultanoswing said!
I just found the perfect solution, which is just stopping gnome from touching any mouse settings (found here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/To … tics#GNOME )! The problem was that on resuming, gnome overwrote the synaptics settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-synaptics.conf with it's own settings, and these included left-mouse-key clicks with the touchpad.
After disabeling the gnome mouse settings daemon (at leat I think that's what I did ) by unchecking active in /org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/mouse/ in dconf-editor, I now have all my touchpad- and mouse-related settings in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-synaptics.conf and gnome doesn't interfere with these anymore. I can still change the settings in the gnome mouse settings window, but that has no effect whatsoever anymore.