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It turned out to be quite easy to patch DOSBox to allow using a keyboard key as a mouse button. I submitted a patch for adding that functionality to the key mapper.


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What I did was to turn of all gestures that use three fingers, shut down, power up then re-enable all three figure gestures, and this worked.


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For the fan, you need to differentiate between a fan problem or temperature problem. You need to see if the laptop is over heating when running the fan at full speed. Use something like TG Pro. For trackpad and keyboard, you need to be able to see input live, so that you can tell if the trackpad/keyboard is in fact dead or working randomly. BetterTouchTool ...


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This got it working for me. Set "TrackpadThreeFingerDrag"=YES and also "Dragging"=YES in "com.apple.AppleMultitouchTrackpad.plist" inside "~/Library/Preferences". Repair Permissions with Disk Utility Reboot


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You can enable "Tap-To-Click" in the System Preferences. Go to System Preferences from the  menu, and click on Trackpad. (near the middle of the screen) There should be a screen that looks like this:


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Yes! Orbit - Cmd+Ctrl and click/drag Pan - Cmd+Ctrl+Shift and click/drag Zoom - Two-finger scroll up/down (no click necessary)


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This is a defect that is caused by trying to use the two finger gesture to swipe between pages. In Chrome/FF it's supposed to go back and forward in the history, but if there is no history, then it will cause an error and prevent any future scrolling via the trackpad. A reproduction of the issue and a fix can be found in this video on Scroll Not Working ...


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You can customise mouse scroll according to this Wiki article [1]. However, this article seems to be a bit outdated, e.g. with Emacs version 24.5 there is no need to set mouse-wheel-follow-mouse manually, because it is enabled by default. Personally, I have set it to (1 ((shift) . 5)), which make scroll by 1 line at a time by default, and 5 lines at a time ...



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