Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 405301
'CoastingSpeedThreashold' breaks gsynaptics synclient -- Typo?
Last modified: 2008-06-16 22:54:27 EDT
Description of problem: gsynaptics reports
Unknown parameter CoastingSpeedThreashold when the 'continue scrolling'
checkbox is ticked or unticked.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
GNOME gsynaptics 0.9.11
select scrolling tab
click on 'continue scrolling'
observe message in console window
Steps to Reproduce:
1. console command gsynaptics
2. select scrolling tab
3. click on 'continue scrolling'
tickbox changes state; message Unknown parameter 'CoastingSpeedThreashold'
appears; closing Touchpad Preverences window and reopening shows that the
'continue scrolling' status has not changed
No message; 'continue scrolling' status changed as desired.
This bug was fixed in Debian in December 2006 (see their bug 401637) and in
Ubuntu as well. I do not find it reported in Fedora anywhere.
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