[lubuntu] Display scaling & Trackpad right mouse button
 

[lubuntu] Display scaling & Trackpad right mouse button

 
I’ve just installed Lubuntu 20.04 on my old ~2013 Macbook Pro. Overall I’m really impressed. It’s a while since I’ve used Lubuntu apart from the network card everything pretty much worked out of the box. There are a couple of things I can’t seem to find setting for, or help for online. Possibly because of the recent change to LXQt.

The main problem is that I can’t find any options to scale the display. Everything is pretty tiny on this 2560 x 1600 13″ display. Is there a way to do this in Lubuntu 20.04. Or is there something I can install to achieve this.

The other issue is livable with, as I can plug in a mouse, but it would be nice to be able to right click on the track pad. In OS X right click can be configured to work by two fingered click, or clicking the bottom right corner of the track pad, where the right button would be. Is there a way to enable this option in Lubuntu. Or again, does anyone know of a way to add support for this?

Thanks

[EDIT] I tried setting the display to 1920 x 1200, which is better, but I was looking for smooth scaling of the display, between resolutions.

 

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