I realised I misworded double tap. I actually meant Secondary Tap - 2 finger tap which is the equivalent of Right Click.
That's strange that I had to change it from 30 to 20 in the sensitivity. I had to do this with two seperate E6230 in the past week, both were so slow when moving on the trackpad it was painful. I'll probably tweak it further and end up back to closer to 30. I was just happy to be able to move freely and fast at all.
Yes both trackpads were cleaned with rubbing alcohol Jake, not sure what is it but its fine after changing the zfinger.
I managed to get the window drag working Thanks for that.
Accessibility -> Pointer Control -> Trackpad Options -> Enable Dragging (without drag lock)
Also thanks Jake for your work with the E6230. I've seen people talk about you in regards to the E6230 across multiple forums online.
Cool, thanks I'll have a look for the sensor. This machine just arrived today so I haven't even used it in Windows before this to see if it has any previous quirks.
Again thanks for the effort guys, it's saved me a lot of time - I can just fall back on this working install whenever I need.
Is it worth using VirtualSMC over FakeSMC btw? I was considering testing with VirtualSMC today.
Also is there a reason any reason stopping you from migrating to Opencore? Not interested?
I did a quick test earlier using Opencore and got a much lower benchmark score then using Clover.
I actually just realised as I was typing this I used the DSDT/SSDT from a E6230 2.6ghz I built last week with this 3.0ghz. Oops hehe.