12-26-2013 11:44 PM
I've recently bought an Ideapad U430 Touch, and I love it. I have one complaint: when I use two-finger scrolling, if I move my fingers to the top or bottom edge of the touchpad, the scrolling will continue automatically (even if my fingers are not moving). This is not what I want.
I have the most recent Synaptics drivers obtained from Lenovo's website. I have looked under Synaptics settings for a way to disable this 'feature', but have come up empty (this is different than edge motion, which I have disabled). Google hasn't been of much help, either.
Any ideas? Also, side question: is it possible to customize the touchpad edge-swipe gestures? I don't understand why they can't be changed from Synaptics settings.
01-01-2014 01:06 AM - edited 01-01-2014 06:57 AM
I don't think it is a problem since i have seen various models of various brands having this. Though, you may check the touchpad setting once since i don't have synaptics touchpad in my laptop.
Happy New Year!!
04-11-2014 06:11 PM
I too would like to disable this feature, but there is no setting in the default driver settings to disable that particular feature. I tried to install the generic driver straight from Synaptics, but the installation kept failing (no error code, just generic failure), even after uninstalling the factory driver. Does anyone have a solution for disabling this or installing the generic driver?