Synaptiks 0.3.2


Synaptiks 0.3.2 for Mandriva Linux 2010.0 & 2009.1

Synaptiks is a touchpad service for KDE 4.
This service configures and manages your touchpad.





It can switch of your touchpad automatically, if you are typing on the keyboard, or if an external mouse is plugged. These features as well as basic settings of the touchpad driver can be configured in a convenient System Settings module.

A simple Plasma applet is also included. This applet gives visual feedback about the touchpad state and provides a quick way to open the touchpad configuration.

The Synaptiks Handbook describes usage and configuration of synaptiks. Read this to get an idea, how synaptiks  works and what it can do for you.




0.3.2 (Feb 4, 2010)

* #28: Fixed German translation
* #30: Fixed “Ignore the following mouse devices” setting

0.3.1 (Feb 2, 2010)

* #16: Updated Turkish translation
* #18: Updated Danish translation

0.3 (Jan 30, 2010)

* Split synaptiks into a KDED daemon, a System Settings module, and a Plasma applet

Features added

* #21: Touchpad state at startup can be configured
* #22: Touchpad name is shown in touchpad information page

Miscellaneous changes

* “Capabilities” page renamed to “Touchpad information” page
* Added support for XInput2 API (build with HAVE_XINPUT2=ON)

0.2.1 (Jan 5, 2010)

* #18: Added Danish translation
* Fixed potential memory leak



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Porting: Dago68
Build: astragalo, othoth-tux



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