I am looking for a better than to change the ‘disabled-on-external-mouse’ setting with dconf-editor.
The main reason was that whenever i set it with dconf editor and i do a reboot/restart the touchpad will not be detected by system.
The mouse i am using is Logitech M585 (bluetooth).
I have also set ‘disable-while-typing’ with dconf editor too. I am expecting that when a mouse is detected or plug-in F35 will automatically turn the touchpad off, vise versa if a mouse is unpluged / not detected touchpad should be turn on. It is very annoying to have touchpad and mouse on at the same time when you are typing and the pointer is moving all over the place.
Yes, it works when i am typing but when not typing the touchpad will be active., when you touch the touchpad the cursor will move. That is annoying right. I am hoping that it want be disable totally when external mouse is detected or connected.
I do often take my laptop away from my desk frequently without the mouse, so i would like the system to automatically turn on the touchpad when it happens. When i return the bluetooth will detect the mouse and turn off the touchpad.
The main issue here is that when i set the touchpad with ‘disable-on-external-mouse’ it will cause the Fedora not to detect the touchpad when i perform reboot, only power cycle is okay. It is not the ‘disable-while-typing’ issue.