Enable tapping by default
Thomas C. Gilliard
satellitgo at gmail.com
Tue Nov 18 21:06:20 UTC 2014
On 11/18/2014 01:02 PM, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Erik Schilling wrote:
>> Over the time I just got used to hitting the special button...
> And that's what that "special button" is for. :-)
> If the touchpad has physical buttons (or physically-drawn "virtual
> buttons"), why do users even expect tapping to produce a click? The finger
> area is for moving, the buttons are for clicking. The only case in which
> tapping makes sense is if the touchpad has NO buttons at all (but then how
> do you right-click? So I don't expect this to be a common case, except maybe
> in Apple's one-button land).
> Kevin Kofler
the Lenovo Yog-Pro 2 has a flat touchpad which takes right or left
bottom corner presses and reacts to taps to the center.
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