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[#] Wed Jun 29 2022 17:19:57 EDT from Nurb432

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Actually it was yesterday..

I dont know how long i have been using Chromebooks now, but its been a LONG time... And i just realized that you dont have to physically click the track pad to register a click.. wtf..when did this happen?



[#] Thu Jun 30 2022 14:54:08 EDT from LadySerenaKitty

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Wed Jun 29 2022 17:19:57 EDT from Nurb432

Actually it was yesterday..

I dont know how long i have been using Chromebooks now, but its been a LONG time... And i just realized that you dont have to physically click the track pad to register a click.. wtf..when did this happen?



Tap-to-click has been a thing for at least a couple decades.



[#] Thu Jun 30 2022 18:01:16 EDT from Nurb432

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I tried it on my office macbook. .Nothin  ( Linux, not osx )

"generic" x86 Linux laptop. Nothin. 

Just seems to be my 2 'flip' Chromebooks so far.

Will try my ARM Linux laptop and my 2 personal macbooks ( Linux on both ) this weekend.



[#] Sat Jul 02 2022 10:08:16 EDT from Nurb432

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Reading more, its not normally 'enabled' and depending on OS and windowing system, will decide what hoops you jump thru.

Going to have to try it however, as one of the reasons i hate track pads the is the click, it always moves the damned mouse cursor on me.   But this touch-to-click.. does not.



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