No three finger middle-click? ಠ_ಠ
I get a 403 error when trying to view bug 12735 on the triple click issue. Given I use paste in the terminal a lot this is a big issue for me. Being able to see the explanation would make this change easier to understand.
I was really into the 3-finger click.....and right when I was getting used to browsing with it you take it away.....</3.Bring it back.
The removal of 3 finger clicking is really a surprising functionality removal. What advantage is there to removing it? Can't there at least be an option to turn it on like tap-to-click?
Thanks so much for the constant updates. I have noticed insane performance improvements over the last few versions. Thanks again, El Goog.
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yea, they really need to make 3-finger clicking an option because i find it a crucial factor in a fast browsing environment.
while it is nice that my touchpad no longer locks completely after 5 minutes ever since the previous update, the lack of triple click copy/paste in ssh after this last update makes this chromebook useless to me...
My Acer AC700-1099 Chromebook fan now races very high...at least once everytime I use my Chromebook. Sometimes it will eventually correct the fan speed; however, this morning it just ran super-fast without correcting itself. After a while I turned my Chromebook off, and restarted which corrected the problem. This all started after the .32/.39 updates.
Per my previous blog posting - my fan is continuing to race on my Acer Chromebook. This is beginning to become a major pain...as I have to restart my computer every time this happens. It is evident that either a firmware or OS software update is warranted to correct this issue. Sooner better than later would be good. Thanks.
I do not know why but whenever I open a website with flash content it just freezes... and then crash "It's dead Jim!" any fixes? I am new with Chromebook and I am starting to think going beta channel is a bad bad idea. I just need it now to work and do the things I want it to do. By the way, I am falling in love with the Chromebook.
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