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I have Dell latitude E7250 touchscreen version with i7.

I'm using VoodooPS2Controller-R6B6.kext 

but I'm having delay issues with trackpad gestures it way far from be usable...

Do you have suggestions?

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Use the recommended version available here, not beta version R6B6. The final version certainly worked perfectly when used in the (non-touch) E7250 I had a few months ago; it's included in the bootpacks I posted in my guides.

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the gestures seem to work but its very hard to lunch them i need to retry 3 or 4 times before they lunch the action.

any fix?

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Hey thanks for replying

i tried to adjust fingerz from 30 to 10 and then 1 and it is make it sensitive but only for moving the cursor around

but still the gestures are very hard to lunch and laggy.

there other values I can adjust I don’t know what each does?

 

The problem is only with gestures

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What gestures are you referring to?

Your are only limited to 2 fingers scrolling, 2 fingers right click, tap to drag.

I don't think swiping or pinching works.

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my gestures are:

2 finger scrolling

2 finger right click

3 finger swipe left and right (desktop)

4 finger swipe left and right for ctrl+shift+left/right

3 finger swipe up

3 finger swipe down

the trackpad cursor move is smooth.

all gestures works but verry laggy and not smooth

i mean i can swipe to right desktop and then i want back to left desktop and it's not responding.

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have you tried from the apple trackpad prefpane to make adjustments? frankly I did not think that the E7250 was even capable of those gestures.

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The touchpads fitted to those Dell Latitude E Series are simply too small for most gestures beyond simple scroll or click/tap. At best they're about half to 2/3 the size of what you'd find on a real Mac and plainly unsuitable for those complex 2 or 3 finger gestures.

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