Touchpad cursor jump when using index finger to click (or hold whilst dragging)
On a Lenovo ThinkPad E465 laptop with an 'AlpsPS/2 ALPS DualPoint TouchPad', resting your index finger to click the button underneath the touchpad and using another finger to control the pointer results in cursor jumps to the very bottom-left of the screen when the stable (i.e. non-moving) index finger is near the bottom-left of the touchpad.
Steps to reproduce
Use two fingers to operate the trackpad, one which remains still to operate the whole-surface click within 20mm of the bottom-left corner, and one to move the pointer around the screen, lifting up this finger to move the propel the cursor top-right.
When the pointer finger lands on the touchpad next, the cursor will jump to the bottom left corner of the screen.
The condition is most exaggerated the nearer the stable finger is to the bottom left of the touchpad, but still occurs with somewhat reduced frequency the further the stable finger is away from this corner.
- libinput version: 1.15.5
- hardware information: Lenovo ThinkPad E465, AlpsPS/2 ALPS DualPoint TouchPad
udevadm info /sys/class/input/event8output attached: udevadm-info.txt
touchpad-edge-detectorreports correct physical size (97x53mm)
libinput recordrecording attached: libinput-record.yml
edit: simplified recording quite a bit by trying again.