Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad Driver
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Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad Driver
On Windows this works quiet well but on linux this situation is different. Clicking the touchpad makes the pointer move in random directions.
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Trackpoint scrolling while holding the "middle button" like in windows does not work either. Are there any plans to release a linux driver for the touchpads?
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Don't get me wrong, I like the new touchpad, but without proper driver support it is just not usable. Open terminal and type: Then find the touchpad device name probably same as this one: I use those for my regular mouse too, because Ubuntu's GUI settings just blows.
The settings will not be saved over reboot, to make them permanent, follow and adapt these instructions instructions for Ubuntu: They seem to just remove settings in the name of "simplifying" and there weren't that many settings in the first place. And latest brainfart was that they Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad sensitivity and acceleration sliders - seriously? I've never managed to get the sensitivies to my liking with the GUI sliders, always had to use xinput like above.
Tm2 touchpad is completely unusuable even when working perfectly due to drivers It seems there is a flaw in the touchpad drivers. If you use two hands on the touch pad, one to move the mouse and another to click the buttons, it becomes unusable.
This touchpad has physical click buttons that double as part of the touch area. If you leave one finger physically Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad on a button, it messes with another finger trying to move the mouse. Worse yet, even if you change the way you use it so you use one finger to move the mouse and touch the buttons only when lifting this finger, it becomes impossible to highlight text.
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Since in order to highlight text, you have to keep the physical button pushed in while trying to move the mouse. The pad basically sees this as a tap or something and breaks the dragging so the highlight area stops growing as you move the mouse. It would seem the drivers need to have a setting to either virtually shrink the area of the pad that is used for mouse movements so any area outside of this area is not used.
Or needs to be self aware of physical buttons and have a toggle to not activate the touch area above the buttons. I have tried to see if I could maybe set a scroll area or any other area over the area of the buttons Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad help alleiviate this problem, but none of these attempted tricks have worked. Using one finger to move and another to touch the physical buttons just breaks everything and makes the pad unusuable.
What Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad it worse is that the user made linux touchpad drivers for synaptic touchpads does let you define the phyiscal touch area.
So in linux you could easily shrink the area so the touch area does not include the buttons. There is no technical reason why the windows driver cannot support this. Just add a tab to the menu for touch area and let people define it with a box just Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad the current driver allows you to set touch zones. Then the feature is universal and it would work for any future variation of physical buttons and touchpad area.
I personally am in awe of how they could make a touch pad where the physical buttons double as touch area and not notice that you need a way to exclude the buttons from the touch area if you actually want to use them. Why did they make physical buttons that you cannot use?
Do they not test this stuff? It sometimes responds to my commands to Lenovo IdeaPad U310 Touch Cypress Touchpad or to scroll, but most of the time it moves very slow, highlights the text on the screen when I don't want it to, clicks on things I don't click on, and this morning the pointer was moving on its own without me even touching it. I've tried downloading the latest synaptics pointing device that I've read on other posts from the HP discussion boards, but to no avail.
What should I do to fix this? Please click on the below shown like to download and re-install the touchpad drivers: