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Here's a test for you - Open Microsoft Edge, and scroll. Windows Apps - dedicated to Windows10 UWP apps. Now imagine that working in Chrome and other apps. advancingu changed the title from Touchpad Palm Detection not working on Ubuntu 14.04 to Touchpad Palm Detection not working on Ubuntu May 12, 2015 anaran referenced this issue May 12, 2015 check over here

but even that is still barely usable compared to IE11 & Edge browsers. Please enter your service tag # on the link below and click on ‘Get drivers and downloads’ then download the touchpad driver from ‘Mouse, Keyboard & Input Devices’ section onto the This blacklists the linux kernel module i2c_hid, so it won't get loaded. Example: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10966710/choppy-laggy-scroll-event-on-chrome-and-ie I just retried the Youtube page. find this

Let me know what settings you use to fix the issue. http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=T792T permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]infectedmethod[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Seems like it may be old. You won't be able to vote or comment. 8910Dell XPS 13 (2015) touchpad trackpad issues [Fixed] [Solved] (self.Dell)submitted 1 year ago by Bits_and_CryptsHi there, I'm just creating this thread as a PSA for anyone out I am on Dell XPS 13 9343, ubuntu 15.04 Gnome, bios A03 and kernel 4.1 gitaarik commented Jun 18, 2015 @musicformellons Did you check if the syndaemon process is running?

I installed using : sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-libinput But Ubuntu is still using the trackpad in I2C mode without libinput. Until I found the above thread I posted. Not your fault entirely, but your fault for following them and not going with Synaptic or otherwise. Flair your posts!

I whould like open a bug on Fedora's bugzilla. Everything else is noise. Do this it fixed it for me as well. https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/3twtyn/dell_xps_13_9350_scroll_speed_and_google_chrome/ Extensions, settings upon layers of settings...

Do not 'backseat moderate' - Report any rule breakers to moderators. Saw the same thing with Chrome 42 in Windows 8.1. Nothing. Has anyone managed to solve palm detection on Ubuntu 15.04 ?

What gestures does this driver allow you to do? If you're adamant about using one, there are smooth scrolling addons for each which may help. It happens also with the Surface Pro 3, which also has a Microsoft Precision Touchpad. I also tried: http://stevenkohlmeyer.com/fixing-palm-detect-ubuntu-14-04/ Results: With 'xinput list' I find two items which relate to the touchpad: DLL0665:01 06CB:76AD UNKNOWN PS/2 Synaptics TouchPad When I enable/ switch off the first (DLL)

I'm still not completely inlove with the trackpad, still some hit or miss issues. check my blog No affiliate links. Synaptics Off (310): 0 Property 'Synaptics Off' changed. Also, I did step 2 first, then 1.

I checked if this was because of syndaemon but turning that off didn't make a change. I wonder why this problem only happens in GTK3. S 10:44 0:00 syndaemon -i 1.0 -t -K -R 2063 0.0 0.0 13696 2216 pts/0 R+ 10:46 0:00 grep --color=auto syndaemon 2015-06-18 10:36 GMT+02:00 Rik [email protected]: @musicformellons https://github.com/musicformellons Did you check http://fixmyacer.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-13-9350-2016-buzz-when-scrolling-but-only-on-battery-any-help.html Does someone know from which "ubuntu kernel" version this patch is available ? (4.4.0-x ?).

When adjusting the palm detection settings with: xinput set-prop 12 "Synaptics Palm Detection" 1 xinput set-prop 12 "Synaptics Palm Dimensions" 5, 80 And fiddling a lot with the values I have This is easy but potentially creates security risk as from now any unsigned driver can be installed to the system. 2. Crazy how just a simple switch can make such a big difference.

There are several Synaptic drivers to chose from including Windows 8.

Press right click on it, select update Driver. If you disabled Precision Touch Pad (PTP) drivers right off the bat, your mouse will go dead. There might be a solution for what you're asking. I see.

when using the lower part of the touchpad it's like it doesn't completely register the two finger scroll and then the scrolling only starts when you move to the upper part It is only showing me drivers that either need updating or that I do not have. Choose one with "touchpad" in its name. http://fixmyacer.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-13-9343.html https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1541671 soren121 commented Apr 17, 2016 @dragon788 That's the patch we've been talking about that was backported in Ubuntu.

If you manage to solve this I would love to hear it ;) — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub #3 (comment) . Blogspam, mobile links and URL shorteners (such as tinyurl or bit.ly) are not allowed. please bear with me. :) hg8 commented Oct 26, 2015 Anyone managed to install and use libinput on Ubuntu 15.10 ? Comment 9 by Deleted [email protected], Jul 16 2015 Processing Using HP Spectre with Windows 8.1.

I am getting the feeling that CPU load may trigger these effects as I have been very careful to keep my palms clear of the touchpad. gitaarik commented Jun 18, 2015 @musicformellons Ok nice going, did you also had to blacklist i2c_hid? Dell, if you're reading this... gitaarik commented Jun 18, 2015 @musicformellons When I tried last time, I was also making circles and occasionally (every 5/10 seconds or so) it hanged for half a second.

but beware.. Still, for me, even though I had to do quite a bit to get to the stage I'm at now, this is still the best Linux laptop I've ever used, and Go to the page. 2. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Steinarh 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago*(1 child)I have tried all the solutions mentioned here, but my touchpad still has the small delay before it moves.

This can be solved by moving the palm over the touchpad once again. so please take this seriously,and I am really trying to be supportive for chrome. when I stroke with my palm the pointer always reacts.