Bug ID: 370588
           Summary: Global keyboard shortcut for KDE Daemon:Toggle
                    Touchpad actually maps to Disable Touchpad
           Product: systemsettings
           Version: 5.8.0
          Platform: Archlinux Packages
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: kcm_keys

The behavior's the same with 5.8.0 and 5.8.1.

Triggering the shortcut for "Toggle Touchpad" disables the touchpad, and never
enables it.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Configure a trigger for "Toggle Touchpad" in Global Keyboard Shortcuts:KDE
2. Activate the trigger to disable the touchpad
3. Activate the trigger to enable the touchpad

Actual Results:  
The touchpad is disabled, with the center-screen "Touchpad Off" notification
displaying, twice.

Expected Results:  
The touchpad should first be disabled, but then enabled.

This is a pretty bad trap, as navigating the Global Keyboard Shortcuts window
with the keyboard alone (to try to re-enable the touchpad after getting trapped
without it) is a very difficult and ambiguous adventure, especially -- but not
only -- because hitting Enter usually closes the window altogether for unknown
reasons (when launched directly from krunner -- it seems to respond to keys
differently when run as part of systemsettings).

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