Touchpad Suggestions

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by diggityjones, Nov 5, 2016.

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  1. diggityjones

    diggityjones New Member

    I just picked up a new Razer Blade Stealth. It's my first PC purchase in over 8 years, and I'm a little rusty. I'm pretty happy with it so far, but I seem to be having a little bit of an issue with the trackpad sensitivity. It works well, but it occasionally registers a click when I'm simply moving the cursor across the screen. I'd prefer it only registered clicks when I'm clicking the bottom of the pad. I looked into changing these settings but was unable to address the specific option. I've searched the forums and not found this specific matter mentioned in a thread. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. RaptureHearts

    RaptureHearts Gamer Geek Girl

    I would suggest try contacting our support team regarding about having touchpad issues on your Razer Blade Stealth through http://www.razersupport.com/contact-us. Our team will assist you further.
     
  3. JonSn0w

    JonSn0w New Member

    This issue can most likely be resolved from within your touchpad settings.
    Assuming you're running Windows 10,
    • press the Windows button and type "touchpad"
    • click on the item that says "Mouse & touchpad settings"
    • In the opened dialog box, go down under "Related settings" and select "Additional mouse options"
    • A new dialog box will open, and in that window press the "Settings" button
    • This will open a dialog with a sidebar where you will find a variety of settings, each with a detailed description of their functionalities.
    • Of these, I believe you should be able to resolve your issue by adjusting the values within either the "Tapping" or "SmartSense" menus.

    Let me know if you run into any issues or need any further help. :smile_:
     
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  4. Brisingr_Phoenix

    Brisingr_Phoenix Active Member

    To add on: when you're in the mouse options you and go to the "device settings" tab and then click on the "settings" button. From there you should have a much wider range of options compared to the stock settings upload_2016-11-8_9-24-46.png
     
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