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Touchpoint Mouse .. ANNOYANCE

Discussion in 'Laptops' started by :::: Diane aka Whatever ::::, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. Hewlett P Pavilion 7000 Series WinXP Pro

    Turn on the computer - use the touch pad to log in. I can double tap the
    pad and it works, just like double clicking any left mouse. once I boot
    up completely .. and my "personal settings" are loaded, the double click no
    longer works on the pad. I have a regular mouse as well, plugged in all the
    time, from off to on ... could it have something to do with the settings for
    that mouse that don't really take effect until my personal setting are
    loaded ??

    AM I MAKING SENSE or just rambling ..

    :::: Diane aka Whatever ::::, Dec 27, 2003
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  2. Hi Diane,

    It sounds like you have 'tapping' turned off. To turn in on, go to [Start] > [Settings] > [Control Panel] > [Mouse] > {Device
    Settings] choose your pointing device then click (Settings) choose 'Tapping' and activate it.

    One warning about 'tapping' if your touchpad is set sensitive, your palm touching the touchpad will move your cursor around and
    other unexpected activities from your mouse. Personally, I keep 'tapping' turned off. I have size 13 hands, and my palms are
    forever hitting the touchpad.

    Ciao . . .

    ++ Let know man judge me until . . .
    he has walked the road I have . . .
    in the shoes I've worn. ++

    C.Joseph Drayton, Dec 28, 2003
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  3. :::: Diane aka Whatever ::::

    karl gruber Guest

    The setting window you want is in "Mouse properties" Device settings" make
    sure Synaptics ect. is highlighted, "settings" "Tapping" check "enable

    It is really hidden deep!

    Happy new year,
    karl gruber, Dec 29, 2003
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