Ranova, this is working just great on my Vostro 1500. Thanks for the writeup.
I figured I'd post a simple script that helps with breaking the monotony of killing the ffscrolldaemon as well as copying the plist to the 2 directories and restarting the ffscrolldaemon.
This way you can just tweak the settings in the plist file and do a single "sudo RestartTrackPad" and your ready to test
create a new file in terminal via nano or whatever(I'm a linux guy I use vi) in the same directory as the com.apple.driver.ApplePS2Trackpad.plist that you want to modify.
copy/paste the following text into the file
sudo killall -9 FFScrollDaemon
cp com.apple.driver.ApplePS2Trackpad.plist ~/Library/Preferences
cp com.apple.driver.ApplePS2Trackpad.plist /Library/Preferences
Save the file.
Then in terminal
sudo chmod +x RestartTrackPad
now your ready to tweak.
modify the plist file to your hearts content then run the script...Your trackpad is ready to test.
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