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  • #62948
    Lidor Shoshani
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    hi all

    i just got my chuwi lapbook 14.1, amazing laptop for the price!

    but i have an issue with the touchpad settings;

    i dont have a control panel for it…

    it seems the the windows recognize the touchpad as a generic mouse.

    when i force windows to install the drived that provided in the rar(in this site) the touchpad doesnt work at all

    i just want to disable the pich to zoom function and revers the directions of the scrolling(with 2 fingers)

    what should i do?

    thanks for advance.

    #63042
    denis
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    • Posts: 5

    I have same problem

    But with a teclast tbook 10 … I can’t disable the swipe down on the touchpad.

    Thanks all

    #69707
    Anna Pattaro
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    • Posts: 1

    Same problem… any solution/suggestion?

    #70508
    Razor Blader
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    • Posts: 6

    Here’s good news for those that still want to disable pinch-to-zoom or the annoying swipe-in gestures like the minimize gesture from the top or who want to reverse the scrolling direction.

    Here’s what you need:

    1. Download AutoHotKey from here: https://www.autohotkey.com/
    2. Download the attached zip-file and extract it.
    3. Right-click the mouse_mod.ahk script and select edit from the context menu to choose the options that you want/need.

    ; Disable swipe from top
    #Down::
    return

    ; Disable swipe from right
    #a::
    return

    ; Disable swipe from left
    #Tab::
    return

    ; Disable pinch-to-zoom
    ^WheelDown::
    return
    ^WheelUp::
    return

    ; Reverse scrolling direction
    WheelUp::
    Send {WheelDown}
    return
    WheelDown::
    Send {WheelUp}
    return

    If you want all of these options active leave the script as it is.
    The options that you don’t need can be deselected by deleting the corresponding entry or commenting them out by placing a ; in front of every line of the entry.

    Save the script and double-click to see if all the selected options work.

    The script minimizes to the system tray, right-clicking the icon gives you options like edit, reload, exit etc.

    If you want the script to run automatically for the current user upon Windows startup do the following:
    Press the Windows key + r to open the run dialog, enter shell:startup and copy the script to the startup folder that opens.

    In case the script should run for all users type shell:common startup and copy the script there.

    A restart of Windows is recommended to make sure that the script works correctly!

    Hope this works for you, enjoy!

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    #70516
    Justinkeyback
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    • Posts: 117

    In addition to the mouse mod of Razor Blader which I took from the Chuwi Hi12 forum, I installed Touchpad Blocker (touchpad-blocker.com) to disable the touchpad when typing. Works great.

    BTW I just checked and the above code works MUCH better than the mentioned “Ahk_no_swipedown_invert_scroll.exe” file!

    Way better, thanks Razor Blader.

    #70517
    Razor Blader
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    You are welcome Justinkeyback! I’m using touchfreeze, works great as well. Recommended as an additional install.

    #70520
    Justinkeyback
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    BTW, how did you find out which code corresponds to which gesture? I am very curious, thanks!

    #70524
    Razor Blader
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    • Posts: 6

    I was pretty sure that the minimize gesture was the touchpad sending Win-key + arrow down which turned out to be true.

    So the other two gestures are Win-key + Tab and Win-key + a respectively. Riddle solved.  😉

    Here’s a nice overview of Windows 10 shortcuts:

    https://shortcutworld.com/en/Windows/10/win/all

    #70548
    Justinkeyback
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    • Posts: 117

    Interesting, smart! Thanks

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