Hi, I installed EndeavourOS with Plasma today on rog zephyrus g14 GA402RK.
The problem are:
- The touchpad scrolling speed is too fast, and there is no method in settings to change.
- When using browsers like firefox, I want to use two fingers scroll left and right to go backward and forward page, how should I set this?
You could try this
However it does say 4 fingers in their description and as I haven’t used it before I don’t really know how to set it up
If you’re running Xorg rather than Wayland, you could try adding the Synaptics driver for notebook touchpads.
sudo pacman -S xf86-input-synaptics
For me, this adds lots of configuration options in the Touchpad section of KDE System Settings (it’s in the Input Devices section).
I’m at work and don’t have any computer running KDE near me but I’m 99.9% sure that there is a setting for trackpad-sensitivity.
edit: Check here: https://userbase.kde.org/System_Settings/Touchpad
If it’s not there you really may miss the correct driver for your trackpad.
This works well, it adds more options to system settings, although the scrolling for firefox is still not really satifying, but I doubt that it is another issue
Just as a quick update for those who may be interested:
The firefox scroll too fast issue can be solved by:
In url search bar, type about:config, return, then search for mousewheel.default.delta_multiplier_y and change its value, the smaller the slower you scroll.
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