I have searched google, this forum, and have not ever found a mention of this problem. (Maybe I just don't know the proper terminology to search for)
I have 64-bit Fedora 7 installed on my Acer laptop. When my cursor is over the top bar of an application's window or tab, and I touch near (or at) the upper-right corner of the touchpad, that will close the window/tab. This is really annoying, because every now and then, I close stuff I don't want to, particularly web windows where I was typing something.
I could just disable the "touch to click" feature with the touchpad, but I like that, kind of hard for me not to get along without it. What I really want is to know what exactly must I do to disable this annoying upper-right corner touchpad click feature.