Philipp Überbacher wrote:
I think that's where the fingertip-rolling technique comes in.
> The touchpad can be disabled using Fn+F7 but this happens pretty
Toshibas have a function key combo that disables touchpad. I've never
noticed if it has any impact on xruns, cuz I usually use external
keyboard and trackball except on mobile recording trips (like recording
my church band this morning) - then I need the touchpad.
Can't imagine why backlighting would have any impact on xruns. I'd
figure that would be subsumed in the general impact of laptops' power
management hardware on things like processor or bus speeds.
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