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I am using a Laptop with a touch display and a mouse touchpad. Asus Taichi21 (smaller one).

The touchpad is not that optimal, so using the keyboard sometimes lead to a mouseclick (then hand areas touch the touchpad). I try to use the workaround to turn the touchpad off whenever I connect a mouse, but unfortunately the touchpad software seems to recognize the touch display as an input device, resulting in an always deactivated touchpad.

I know there is a keyboard shortcut to disable the touchpad manually, but I wonder if there is a way to not require that manual key combination every time. Something to filter the touchdisplay from being recognized by the touchpad software.

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