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So what is the plan to allow users to manage their touchpad in KDE4.2 ?



On Thu, 2008-12-11 at 13:07 +0100, Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Linuxguy123 wrote:
> > 3) Ksynaptics wasn't installed.  I didn't get around to installing it.
> > My touchpad was frustrating during the session.  I think ksynaptics is a
> > MUST HAVE for KDE4.2, lest there be a mutiny on the fedora-users list.
> 
> KSynaptics has absolutely nothing to do with KDE 4.2, it is still
> KDE-3-based. It is also maintained by different people (Orion Poplawski is
> the maintainer.) Moreover, it currently doesn't work at all in F10 (as
> discussed in the other thread) so it wouldn't make much sense to include it
> on the live CD.

So what is the plan to allow users to control their touchpads in
KDE4.2 ?   Have laptop users been totally left out in the cold ?  Why is
there such extreme insensitivity to this topic ?

I can't even turn my touchpad off in F10.  Its a huge pain in the butt.


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