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updated Trackpad+Keyboard PS2 32/64 1.0


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put both kexts in /S/L/E - remove any PS2 kexts you used before and do not mix with voodoops2.

Trackpad works as mouse, no fancy extras. 32 + 64bit, SL and Lion GM tested, works reliable.

UPDATE, a BETTER one - load only this (TRACKPAD.SYNAPTIC-GESTURE.zipe pack) from now on : have new stuff for us Laptop fans added : now trackpad with a working prefpane to enable click to tap and scroll :cool:

Screenshot of prefpane see here please : http://i53.tinypic.com/p2i49.png

instructions : remove old PS2controller.kext and AppleAcpiPS2nub.kext, replace with the same named kexts from new packages.

put the trackpad.prefpane in /LIBRARY/PREFPANES . Don't touch/remove the OSX built in trackpad prefpane ( which is in /System/Library/prefpanes) repair permissions with diskutility , reboot. Afterwards you can manage your trackpad via Systemsettings -> trackpad. tons of options to choose from, makes the trackpad fully work ( synaptics for me , 1finger scroll,2finger scroll,horizontal,vertical, tap to click ).

32 + 64bits, Snow and Lion GM tested and confirmed


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Hey.. does anyone know if it's possible to get the actual touch gestures working? I have a fully functional trackpad + keyboard already, but what I really want is the four-finger and five-finger gestures that are built into OSX 10.7 & 10.8. I'm running a fully functional 10.7.3 on a Dell Inspiron 9400 right now. Just wanna know if I can get those gestures working (like four fingers up for launchpad, etc...). Thanks in advance.

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Yep! That helped me to get my touchpad(Synaptics) and keyboard working!

Acer aspire 5470g

Finally i've got all the hardware working even the Radeon.

But still i can't play touchgrind w/my touchpad!

Why?

Smth in the kext or that very TP is disabled to do so?

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How can I set preferences since the prefPane doesn't work? (I see the apple trackpad one in system settings)

Thanks

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Didn't work for me with ML 10.8.2 on Lenovo G580 with chimera 1.1.1.

I updated chimera/chemeleon to version 2 and not it works.

BTW the touchpack is not smooth as it is when it works like a mouse (jumps every 2-3 pixels when moving)

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Device is identified as trackpad, but only receives that there are more fingers, so 2 or 3 fingers are still the same. Scrolling works. Is there any kext that supports multitiuch gestures in apps?-Touchgrind etc. (ML 10.8.2)

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Dell inspiron 3520. Doesn't works. I'm not along here with this problem on Dell. Could someone help us ?

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Ok, so im new to all this stuff, yesterday i tried to install mountain lion on my laptop wich is on acer 5750g, i3, intel 3000/nvidia 540m. but my touchpad wasn't workin durin the installation, only the tab and space were working so i wasn't able to install it, but how can i install this touchpad/keyboard if i don't have the os x mountain lion installed? Can anybody help me please? Thanks in advance :confused-new:

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