« Last post by snowflower on Today at 12:08:43 pm »
Are you using Windows 10? If so ...I wish I knew how to insert a screen shot taken with the snipping tool, not very techie, lol. Here's what I see at your directions. Unfortunately, I don't see "Leave touchpad on when a mouse is connected".
1) Press [Windows Key] + I key to open settings.
2) Click the "Devices" icon and then click on "Mouse & touchpad"
3) Under the Touchpad section, turn off the option "Leave touchpad on when a mouse is connected".
Here's my Options:
Select your Primary Button.
Choose how many lines to scroll each time.
Chose inactive window when I hover over them.
To help prevent the cursor from accidently moving while you type, change the delay before the clicks work.
No Delay - always on.
Medium Delay (this is what it's set on)
Additional Mouse Options:
For Mouse Only.
Is mine just setup differently maybe? Not sure what to do.