Refer to the FAQ:I had succesfully install macOS mojave on X1 Carbon 2015 by following guide on post #1, but some functionality not work.
not work :
work : HDMI and mini DP
- battery indicator not work,
Well, it's took me a long time (3 days!!!) to finally get a solid, seemingly fully working Mojave install. This thread (and others) have been invaluable).Hello, is anyone having issues with the trackpad ?
When I move too fast it get stuck and the scrolling is slow as hell. I've followed all the steps, system is perfectly stable except that.
i already re-installed voodooPS2controller i'll try an older version.
Thanks for the reply,I also upgraded Wednesday/Thursday this week. I had quite a bit of trouble because I installed Mojave from USB over my High Sierra installation (which upgraded perfectly, and I'm on APFS now) but that also left a lot of kexts in /L/E and /S/L/E that were meant for High Sierra (such as IntelGraphicsFixup.kext). That, and a few other random issues/mistakes on my end made process much harder than it should have been.
@namaman: Going into System Preferences -> Trackpad (NOT MOUSE) and setting the track speed to max changes the trackpoint point as well and might help. It still needs a lot of work.. the windows drivers properly smooth the movement.. and for some reason when we move to fast (especially when scrolling) the direction reverts and glitches out.
I might try to dive into VoodooPS2Controller again and look for a fix at some point, but I don't know when I will find time to do that or write a proper Mojave guide.