Comment 85 for bug 565543

I know this is not the place to chat about stuff like this but I just
wanted to tell you and everyone else not to get their hopes up because
pinch gesture is horrible on a touchpad. Just try it on W7. The
resolution is too low, the touchpads are too small to do any useful

Only good things are: double finger scrolling, double finger
clicks/taps, double finger pivot scrolling, as well as triple finger
similar stuff.

Ok let's not forget that we can't even configure some Synaptics and
ALPS devices for basic things like sensitivity and enable disable
while typing.

On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 11:09 PM, Vladimir Hidalgo
<email address hidden> wrote:
> Thank you. I did a quick search over the patches and seems that ALPS has
> been taken into account (some commentaries in the patches for ALPS).
> Multitouch support is going to be super nice, especially for the pinch gesture. I can't wait until the day I can zoom in/out using pinch gesture in my laptop, that was a shocking great feature I discovered before in W7 I wiped it out.
> --
> Alps touchpad detected as ImPS/2 Generic Wheel Mouse(in VAIO E series) after the kernel upgrade
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> Bug description:
> Initially the ALPS touchpad was detected by the kernel but does not support horizontal and vertical support but after the kernel upgrade to 10.04 vertical scroll is working but horizontal scroll is not working. And the kernel is not detecting the ALPS touchpad and the cat /proc/bus/input/devices says it is a  PS2 mouse ..
> This is seen in sony vaio E series in particular ...
> Also Bill in Comment #52 says
> Acer Aspire One 532h (Alps touchpad).
> I booted the distribution from a thumb drive, but once I installed from the thumb drive and updated Ubuntu (10.04), I lost the touchpad (works as a mouse) ..
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