[kde-linux] touchpad features disabled after resume
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Tue May 4 00:01:02 UTC 2010
>> is there some dcop call that i can add to...
d-bus i meant...
On 05/03/2010 07:54 PM, paul s wrote:
> hi -
> on this computer...
> after resume the touchpad features(scrolling, tapping, etc) are disabled
> and need to go to [ System Settings --> Keyboard& Mouse --> Touchpad
> --> General ] and toggle the touchpad on --> off --> on --> CTRL-A to
> get that functionality to return.
> i have /etc/pm/sleep.d/10-mactel-bcm5974
> case "$1" in
> modprobe -r bcm5974
> modprobe bcm5974
> *) exit $NA
> which is, what i would imagine, makes the touchpad active upon resume.
> is there some dcop call that i can add to toggle this automatically? it
> seems to be kde specific since i started using kcm_touchpad-0.3.1-1.fc12
> instead of the fdi configuration.
> I also have an issue where smart mode(Disable touchpad while typing) is
> grayed out. however running /usr/bin/syndaemon -i 0.7 -d at login is an
> effect patch, but why would it be greyed out?
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