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I'm running Windows 7 on an Asus U36SG laptop, with Synaptics touchpad drivers installed (the one you retrieve on the Asus support page of the laptop).

I couldn't find the option to configure double and triple tap actions, and currently I have those exactly inverted compared to the way I'm used to: the triple tap opens the cascade context menus, while the triple one opens links in new tabs in internet browsers, for example. Long story short, double tapping works as a middle mouse button, while the double one works as a right click. Can I easily get it to work the other way?

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Try this: type mouse after pressing Win key, then select result mouse, now in the new windows that pops up go to a tab named Device Settings there you will find settings to change such behaviour. – Ankit Mishra Jun 13 '13 at 10:25
There, I'm redirected into Synaptics control panel, which does not allow me to manually decide double and triple tap's actions... – HisDudeness Jul 26 '13 at 8:39

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