Logitech t650 TouchPad Right Click not working, inconsistent, intermittent
This is an excerpt from a longer Keyliner article: Review Logitech t650 TouchPad
On the Logitech t650, right-tapping (right-clicking) for context menus were inconsistent and
troublesome until I understood where the hot-area was. When tapping or clicking, stay in the area
illustrated below in red. The gesture will not work if you are near
the edge. Right-clicking (as opposed to tapping) works, as expected, in
this same area.
Note: This article assumes you installed Logitech's SetPoint software -- which is required to detect these zones. If you have not installed SetPoint, only the mechanical right-and-left clicking works.
When right-tapping, tap quickly; do not linger on the up-take, or the stroke is ignored.
Clicking and Dragging
Clicking and dragging is the most problematic feature of this, or any
touchpad, and the gesture takes time and skill to learn.
To highlight text in a document or to drag a rectangle in a drawing
program, or to highlight a group of cells in Excel, do the following:
Tap to select the starting point.
Click and hold (not tap and hold - click the mechanical switch).
Drag, while maintaining pressure on the click.
Alternately, while maintaining pressure on the click, use another finger
to drag. This is probably the best way to use the feature. When great
accuracy is needed, I often use fingers from both hands.
Tap and Drag
The Logitech help-screens shows a gesture:
double-tap-and-hold, then drag.
This works for highlighting text but does
not work for windows/title-bars, in drawing programs or in Excel. This
seems to be a bug.
Review Logitech t650 TouchPad