- Jan 8, 2013
- Dell Inspiron 15 7559
- Intel Core i7 - 6700HQ
- HD 530 & GTX 960m
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Wrong. Scrolling speed *is* there in 10.13.x (and probably 10.12.x).Can't adjust scroll speed there...
My kext does not support the trackpoint/stick. Suggest you disable it or investigate for yourself how to add support to the kext.Hi, I just finished installing Mac Os 10.12.6 on HP Book 15 G1 thanks to Yours (RehabMan) scripts thank You very much .
All is working except for trackpoint/touchstyk/pointstick it's a Synaptics PS2 device and it's supposed to act like mouse joystick, but instead it's sometimes scroll web pages or sometimes even send a mouse button events to system.
For me and I think few more people trakpoint is only "mobile" mouse I "know how" to use.
I don't understand why it's acting like that, your kext is able to drive Lenovo's Synaptics Tracepoints, and I don't know how and why HP's are different
I know you don't support trakpoints but can you tell me what you think about what is going on and tell me where to look for fix (how to debug the kext, what part of code makes this things). Report files are attached
Your system may be busy/slow...Feature Request: Smoother Scroll, better inertia.
I noticed that scrolling on my Synaptics 8.1 ClickPad is not always smooth.
Sometimes it jitters.
Known problem. Just never bothered to fix it.Also, inertia scroll sometimes stops abruptly on lifting fingers.
Did some investigation on macOS and Windows:
The reason is that while lifting fingers at the end of a 2-finger scroll, the hardware reports 1 finger which causes the scroll to jitter and inertia to stop.
Not impossible.It's impossible to lift the 2 fingers at the exact same moment.
My system is neither busy nor slow. It works fine using 1-finger scrolling.Your system may be busy/slow...
Known problem. Just never bothered to fix it.
No idea what you mean by 1-finger scrolling. The kext in its default state does scrolling only with two fingers.It works fine using 1-finger scrolling.
Little interest, no time.Why not implement such a hack? Shouldn't be too difficult.
Definitely... sensitivity can be adjusted by changing FingerZ. All parameters in the Info.plist can be overridden in ACPI (see example *.dsl files at github).I think some touchpads are more sensitive than others.
No "Problem Reporting" files attached.