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Hi I have a MSI gt60 that haves a Synaptics touchpad. Can I enable support for multi touch? I dont want gestures only vertical scrolling with 2 fingers.
I have readed other topics but no one talks about multi touch on Mountain Lion. Any tips?

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Synaptics only support 2 finger scrolling.
BTW, it does support more fingers. But 2 finger = 3 fingers = 4 fingers = 5 fingers = 6 fingers = 7 fingers = 8 fingers = 9 fingers = 10 fingers = scrolling

Elan's trackpad has been developed to support some kind of multi-gesture. But there ain't developments for Synaptics for a longlong time.

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Hi I have it working just installing kext from ######. Thanks!

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Hi I have it working just installing kext from ######. Thanks!


You got three-fingers working?! How did u do it?

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BTW, it does support more fingers. But 2 finger = 3 fingers = 4 fingers = 5 fingers = 6 fingers = 7 fingers = 8 fingers = 9 fingers = 10 fingers = scrolling

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