HP Alps Pointing-device Driver
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HP Alps Pointing-device Driver
Click Apply to apply your changes, and then click OK to exit the properties screen. Customize tapping gestures on a ClickPad Single- and double-tap gestures mimic the single- and double-click behavior on an external pointing device. Use the following steps to adjust and customize tapping. Click to highlight Tapping. If the checkbox next to Tapping does not contain a check mark, click the checkbox until a HP Alps Pointing-device mark displays to enable tapping.
Click the Settings icon to adjust the tapping settings. HP Alps Pointing-device can make the following adjustments: Tap and Drag - Adjusts how you use the TouchPad to drag items on the computer screen.
Click the Close button to return to the properties screen. Click the Apply button to apply your changes, and then select OK to exit the properties screen. Scrolling using a TouchPad or ClickPad Dedicated horizontal and vertical scroll gestures allow you to scroll HP Alps Pointing-device a window. You can customize and adjust how you scroll using one finger or two fingers and how the TouchPad or ClickPad responds to gestures near the edge.
Adjust single-finger scrolling Use the following steps to adjust your TouchPad HP Alps Pointing-device ClickPad for single-finger scrolling.
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Click to highlight Scrolling. If the checkbox next to Scrolling does not contain a check mark, click the checkbox until a check mark displays to enable scrolling. Click the Settings icon to adjust scrolling settings. Scrolling Speed - Adjusts the speed of scrolling.
Set Scrolling Region - Adjusts the size of the scrolling region. The scrolling region is defined by the cross-hatched area.
Click and drag the small black squares to make the region larger or smaller. Enable vertical scrolling - Allows scrolling by sliding your finger up or down the left side of the touchpad in HP Alps Pointing-device left side scrolling region. Enable horizontal scrolling - Allows scrolling by sliding your finger along the lower edge of the touchpad in the lower scrolling region.
Enable ChiralScrolling - Allows scrolling continuously with one, smooth, circular motion on the touchpad. HP Alps Pointing-device
Enable EdgeMotion when scrolling - Continues scrolling when your finger reaches the edge of the touchpad. Enable Coasting - Continues scrolling after you lift your finger off HP Alps Pointing-device touchpad.
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Adjust Two-Finger Scrolling Two-Finger Scrolling allows HP Alps Pointing-device to scroll vertically or horizontally from anywhere on the TouchPad surface, not just the designated scrolling area. Use the following steps to enable and customize Two-Finger Scrolling. If the checkbox next to Two-Finger Scrolling does not contain a check mark, click the checkbox until a check mark displays to enable scrolling.
Scrolling speed - Adjusts the speed of HP Alps Pointing-device.
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Enable vertical scrolling - Allows scrolling by HP Alps Pointing-device your fingers up or down on the touchpad. Enable horizontal scrolling - Allows scrolling by HP Alps Pointing-device your fingers left or right on the touchpad. Enable reverse scrolling direction - Changes the direction of scrolling. Enable EdgeMotion when scrolling - Continues scrolling when your fingers reach the edge of the touchpad.
Enable Coasting - Continues scrolling after you lift your fingers off the touchpad.
Change edge behavior when scrolling Scrolling HP Alps Pointing-device at the edge of the touchpad is controlled within the scrolling settings pages. You can enable or disable EdgeMotion when scrolling. When enabled, EdgeMotion simplifies long-distance pointer motions.
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When you reach the edge of the touchpad, the pointer continues to move until you lift your fingers off the touchpad. Customize EdgeMotion using the following steps. EdgeMotion is located under HP Alps Pointing-device. If you do not see EdgeMotion, click the Arrow icon to the left of the Pointing checkbox.
Click to highlight EdgeMotion. If the checkbox next to EdgeMotion does not contain a check mark, click the checkbox until a check mark displays to enable edge scrolling.