By default, syndaemon is called with
-i 2.0 -K -R -t. This runs automatically on startup. In previous ubuntus, you could go to the mouse settings and disable the "disable mouse on typing" option, but now in ubuntu 15+, that option seems to have been removed.
How can I disable the default calling of syndaemon so I can run my own non-bugged command in its place?
I should add that this has been prevoiusly reported here.
I have tried putting this in startup applications:
sleep 30; killall syndaemon; syndaemon -i .5 -K -R -d, but it doesn't work. I have also tried putting that line in my .profile, but syndaemon seems to be launched after .profile loads.