I think synaptiks is a better touchpad management tool than kcm-touchpad.
It features plasma applet with notifications and has more features.
Actually, why I've written here - synaptiks wishlist on
bugs.debian.org was added more than 4 months ago and there is no
result while Squeeze may be frozen soon. Synaptiks already has Debian
packaging (unofficial), and there should be no problems supporting it.
2010/3/16 José Manuel Santamaría Lema <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Martes 16 Marzo 2010 11:40:53 Valentin Pavlyuchenko escribió:
>> There is the application called Synaptiks
>> that allows you to configure your touchpad. I think everyone who owns
>> a notebook/netbook
>> will be happy to see it in Debian. What about adding it to repos?
>> Best regards,
>> Valentin Pavlyuchenko
> There is an ITP open for kcm-touchpad which (afaik) does the same:
> There is also an RFP open for synaptiks:
> I guess kcm-touchpad will be uploaded rather than synaptiks.
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