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    Clover EFI, Guitars, Logic PRO, Hackintosh
  1. Hi friends, attached I post ioregs and system logs like Elmydynesh proposes, I am running on a Lenovo Thinkpad L420, Synaptics 7.2 i think Core i5, 4GB Ram, AR9285, OS: Clover bootloader and Mac OS Sierra 10.12.3 with your kext 4.7 beta 5 Mostly everything works properly, thing is that it works because I lowered the necessary pressure for 1 finger tap, but even the solid left and right keys of the trackpad only work if you press real hard... 2 finger tap and scrolling works nice but again, the pressure should be less you have to really drag those two fingers hard xD 3 finger up for Mission Control, 3 finger Left or Right Switch between desktops as I wanted which is really cool. I wonder if you could help and perfect that a little with the pressure. Also, double tapping for drag and 2 finger tap for right click doesnt work very well and the trackpoint (little red ball in the keyboard that is also a mouse) and the 3 corresponding buttons do not work. The main issue for me is that after sleep the trackpad starts working good like normal, but after a couple mouse strokes or gestures, it happens two things: Either the trackpad stops working and the keyboard remains on Either the computer does a sudden reboot after the trackpad stopped working So I am unable to use sleep with your kext ( that I love so much more than Vooodoo) Note that prior to the installation of your kext the computer slept like a charm. trackpad not working keyboard yes.zip trackpad working.zip
  2. I managed to get everything working almost perfect on Lenovo Thinkpad L420, all because i decreased the pressure necessary for tappping and dragging, I am running on Synaptics 7.2.. The only things that still dont work are the trackpoint (little red ball on keyboard) and sometimes the trackpad simply crashes and stops working, leaving only the keyboard enabled. This happens specially after sleep. Rest is great, except for a few things that could be improved, but i would love if you could perfect these issues in your next beta ( by the way, most of the items present in the Sierra trackpad prefpane dont work), can we make a debug session mate, like you offered me before?
  3. Hi mate! I love your work and I have been using your ApplePS2SmartTouchpad kext on my ASUS X550LD which sports an Elan touchpad quite happily, with ever gesture working, and it works beautiful. My only complaint is that sometimes it simply won't load, and keyboard and touchpad become unusable. A reboot fixes that. This problem that I described only seems to happen with OS X Mavericks, after Yosemite your kext never ever fails. I want to stay in Mavericks for many reasons, and I would love if you could look into that. The main reason I am posting here is because of another hack of mine: Lenovo Thinkpad L420 with which I used VoodooPS2 Controller RehabMan fork and many others and they work well, but 4 out of 5 times it simply won't load, and I have to reboot. As you understand this is not really an acceptable situation. So I decided to use your kext, and it works ( I am on OS X Mavericks by the way) It loads every single time, and it loads 4 out of 5 times after a sleep cycle, which is so much better than Voodoo Thing is, the touchpad doesn't really function perfect and the keyboard simply stops working sometimes. Every 1 finger, 2 finger and 3 finger gesture works. I assume by the size of the touchpad that is not worth to have 4 finger action. Problem is, sensitivity is low, and the mouse seems to be a bit unprecise and unresponsive. There also seems to be a big deadzone, near the edges of the touchpad. The left and right buttons only respond when you click on the far end with a lot of strength and the function of tapping to click either with one or two fingers works really terrible (this didn't happen in Voodoo). Here goes ioreg with v4.6.5 I wonder if you can do anything about this. Thanks systemlog and ioreg.zip systemlog and ioreg.zip
  4. Hi mate! I love your work and I have been using your ApplePS2SmartTouchpad kext on my ASUS X550LD which sports an Elan touchpad quite happily, with ever gesture working, and it works beautiful. My only complaint is that sometimes it simply won't load, and keyboard and touchpad become unusable. A reboot fixes that. This problem that I described only seems to happen with OS X Mavericks, after Yosemite your kext never ever fails. I want to stay in Mavericks for many reasons, and I would love if you could look into that. The main reason I am posting here is because of another hack of mine: Lenovo Thinkpad L420 with which I used VoodooPS2 Controller RehabMan fork and many others and they work well, but 4 out of 5 times it simply won't load, and I have to reboot. As you understand this is not really an acceptable situation. So I decided to use your kext, and it works It loads every single time, and it loads 4 out of 5 times after a sleep cycle, which is so much better than Voodoo Thing is, the touchpad doesn't really function perfect. Every 1 finger, 2 finger and 3 finger gesture works. I assume by the size of the touchpad that is not worth to have 4 finger action. Problem is, sensitivity is low, and the mouse seems to be a bit unprecise and unresponsive. There also seems to be a big deadzone, near the edges of the touchpad. The left and right buttons only respond when you click on the far end with a lot of strength (this didn't happen in Voodoo). Here goes ioreg with v4.6.5 I wonder if you can do anything about this. Thanks
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