Razer Blade Stealth 2019 trackpad/touchpad Touchpad

Discussion in 'Systems' started by mothydula, Jul 15, 2019.

  1. mothydula

    mothydula New Member

    Hey guys, I recently got a 2019 Razer blade stealth and my touchpad has been pretty inconsistent and weird. Clicking and dragging is a pain as a lot of the time, the mouse stops moving when my thumb is resting near the bottom of the pad and I have to lift my pointer finger constantly to get it to move again. And this is with two-finger gesters turned off. When they were turned on, things were worse. Things would zoom in and out and I would accidentally scroll, etc. Working with one finger works perfectly fine. It's just when I'm doing things that require a heavy amount of clicking and dragging and when I feel like resting my thumb on the touchpad that things get frustrating. This seems like a software thing, but I could be wrong. Anyone else dealing with this/has solutions.

    PS, I've tried the uninstalling and reinstalling drivers thing and things haven't gotten much better.
     
  2. jza80a

    jza80a New Member

    I have this model laptop and also have issues with the touchpad, although they seem a bit different. My unit will stop touch input, becomes unresponsible periodically. It gets more pronounced when the unit warms up.
     
  3. gambiting

    gambiting New Member

    Hi. Not exactly the same, but my touchpad wouldn't react to touch from time to time, mostly when gaming - I went to settings -> devices -> touchpad and changed the sensitivity from "medium" to "most sensitive" and the issue is completely gone for me, the touchpad works 100% of the time now. I think it was super aggressive palm rejection stopping it from recognizing input sometimes. Hope this helps you too!
     
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  4. jza80a

    jza80a New Member

    Thanks. I changed my setting as you described. A couple of hours in so far an it's fine. Will report back after further use to see how it's holding up
     
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  5. seems that if you use left hand, two finger scroll works very well. But if you use right hand then it starts to bug
     
  6. svempasnake

    svempasnake New Member

    I'm having the issues mothydula describes; most annoying is that two finger scrolling tends to zoom. So I was happy to see this hint.

    Ok, I changed mine to most sensitive (it was on high sensivity, second in the list). Whoops! Now things got even worse, two finger scrolling became very zoomy. Then I tried setting it down to medium (third in the list). Voila, that seems to do the trick, in my case. Thanks a lot for hinting.
     
  7. svempasnake

    svempasnake New Member

    After some more time, I realized the above didn't really solve my problem with two finger scrolling. But after tweaking these two touchpad settings as well in Windows it seems to behave ok (ok-ish):

    Pinch zoom - unchecked
    Tap with two fingers to right click - unchecked
     
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