Woops. I missed the thread hierarchy. :-(
If you're using new-enough synaptics, MFS of r281708 and r281709 in
stable/10 would be sufficient.
If you're using "semi-MT one as mentioned by Jan Kokem〓ller (like me),
you should additionally need applying his patch.
Clarifying a bit more about my case, without Jan's patch, TrackPad
(synaptics variant) works except two finger scrolling.
Enabling/disabling TrackPad via hw.psm.synaptics.touchpad_off works OK.
With Jan's patch, two finger scrolling start working for me, but
vertical only. (Maybe r281708 and r281709 would be same.)
Mouse cursor issue I mentioned below occurs with- and without- Jan's
On Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:31:34 +0900
Tomoaki AOKI <junch...@dec.sakura.ne.jp> wrote:
> On Sat, 25 Apr 2015 13:26:09 -0700 (MST)
> r00ster <srid...@outlook.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your work! Running 'mostly' OK for me. (See below)
> Without your patch, two finger scrolling didn't work for me.
> Applicable to stable/10 amd64 at r281732 and r281981, and running for
> me, but I haven't tried release/10.* and releng/10.* branch.
> You should need applying diffs for r281708 and r281709 in stable/10
> manually, as these are prerequisite for Jan's patch.
> Working mostly good for me on my ThinkPad T420, but mouse cursor runs
> fast to right if I touch anywhere on right edge (about 5 - 10% of the
> pad). Other edges are OK.
> Unfortunately, I haven't determined why (hardware? software?) and
> how to fix it.
> > Do you know if this patch can be applied to 10.1 RELEASE?
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