Is there a way to edit the button mapping area of a touchpad?

  1.    26 Aug 2016 #1

    Is there a way to edit the button mapping area of a touchpad?


    In Ubuntu there is a pretty direct way to edit the characteristics of a touchpad. Problem is that I'm running Windows 10 anniversary and I just picked up an MSI GS-60 002 Ghost Pro Skylake and I simply can't get used to using the offset position of the touchpad... I continuously hit right button when I'm intending left.

    I'm sporting an Elantech Smart Pad. Driver version _x64_WHQL

    Anyway, my hope is that it is possible. Instead of a right 50% left 50% I'm hoping to alter for left 75% right 25%... I realize the exact spacing is a coordinate issue but if anyone could offer me a direction to explore I would be sincerely grateful.
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  2.    28 Aug 2016 #2

    Hi, it seems not- maybe some manufacturer one day will find a way..
    Clickpad Software Button behavior
    "The size of the buttons is hardware dependent."
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  3.    28 Aug 2016 #3

    Seriously? Well, shit...

    Thanks for locating that, I'm curious if it's at all pad dependent? An acquaintance was able to modify his arrangement using Linux but I'm uncertain as to the make/model he was using.
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