New answers tagged mouse
I have a t440 and have the same issue. My solution was to leave the touch pad active, but to exclude the area were I defined the SoftButtonAreas from being active (so the cursor doesn't move when I click). I enabled horizontal and vertical two-finger scrolling, which is easy enough to do with my thumbs while my fingers remain on the keyboard. Follow these ...
You want to find out what driver is being used in each case. I don't have any bluetooth stuff, but it appears to connect via the PCI bus in your output, so this is pretty easy: lspci -v will list all the connected PCI devices with a line Kernel driver in use: _____. If lspci is "not found", install the pciutils package. If it's the same driver, you should ...
Turns out this can be done via Firefox preferences. From the pull down menu: Edit --> Preferences Then select the tabs: Advanced --> general Then check "Use autoscrolling" Screenshot
Top 50 recent answers are included