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Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad Driver
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Attached is the output of evemu-record typing about 10 minutes Comment 3 Peter Hutterer The basic palm detection here won't activate on your device because we don't know Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad resolution and thus don't know the size of the touchpad. Comment 4 Richard I can do it if needed. The link to the model that I have.
This isn't where I purchased it from, although it's the same model. Will updating systemd to enable this?
Comment 5 Peter Hutterer I'm curious where your hands would be that you get those events, it's not the first time that I've seen palm sequences like this but I don't quite know how they are triggered. Comment 6 Richard So you think updating systemd Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad work.
Comment 7 Peter Hutterer This may explain the events being outside of the edge zones. I guess you have the most accidental touches when you type with your right index finger?
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Comment 8 Richard I haven't really noticed when I get accidental touches. I will keep that in mind now on. Not sure, how I should record the normal touch sequence.
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Is it again using evemu-record? Comment 9 Peter Hutterer Comment 10 Richard I look at this, and I frown a bit.
So I write asus support, and wait three weeks. And there's actually a response that's been posted here in full on the forum elsewhere. Where a helpful but very annoyed support-person points out that this - forcing the processor to Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad - is a function that is meant to be there. I ask why, for goodness sakes, why is this there?
And the guy explains in a roundabout fashion that support has been contacted, and reviews have mentioned, that the asus scrolling is not as "smooth" as the scroll in for example a Mac. And the solution they came up with was to hotspike the processor at the instance of a scroll-event. To make sure that once the scrolling Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad begun, the processor is peaking out at max processor speed.
Because maxing the processor somehow increases the rate at which the mouse-scroll is updated.
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And that since the WDM-convention with the new display manager in Windows was actually enforced in for all computers to prevent people from using "direct drawing" to "get more graphics POWER! So the idea that bumping the processor from Mhz to Mhz and increasing the battery drain from 4w to 30w is going to marginally increase the scrolling smoothness.
Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad is so dumb that it defies any kind of description. But nevertheless not as complicated as to still b complete in more the It's a super-specialized even that normally cannot happen. But the Asus guys simply angrily denies this and insists that bumping the processor speed increases the mouse scroll, because higher processor power equals Macintosh scroll, because reasons, and I'm stupid, and his father is more powerful than mine.
And this will not be changed, and your computer will go into overdrive every time you scroll a web-page. Or don't scroll a web-page, but is simply scrolling into nowhere where the scroll-event itself isn't picked up. The acpi-override still is called. Meaning that on all asus-laptops sold since at least And certainly on all asus laptops updated in the last five years with "later" drivers, including Sager NP4658 Elantech Touchpad one from Microsoft through the Win10 install. Will have this braindead "feature" if you install SmartGesture on top of it.
However, it turns out that the unSmartGestured package is available. And if you install this driver, after removing the smartgesture horror. You can have two-finger scroll and any of the other functions through the elantech panel.