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Old 13th August 2009, 02:54 AM
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Trackpad issues with Dell M4300 & Fedora 10

I inherited a Dell M4300 and I installed Fedora 10. Everything is working nicely except for the trackpad. I have two issues;

1) I set the speed/accelleration to full but the pointer is still slow even when I swipe the total width of the trackpad. Is this normal?

2) It sometimes automatically registers a button click when I move the cursor over say a widget; button or a menu. Can I turn this off? I've never seen this before.

Any help appreciated
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