I have my touchpad configured to register a 3 finger tap as middle-click using
This works well, so I have set this command up to automatically run some seconds after login months ago already, using the Startup Applications GUI tool. This is how the relevant files look:
$ cat .config/autostart/touchpad-settings.sh.desktop [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Exec=bash -c 'sleep 7 ; /usr/local/bin/touchpad-settings.sh' Hidden=false NoDisplay=false X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=true Name=Touchpad settings Comment= $ cat /usr/local/bin/touchpad-settings.sh #! /bin/bash synclient TapButton3=2
So this worked fine all the time, but since a few days or maybe weeks ago, the configuration gets reset after suspending the laptop and waking it up again. 3 finger tapping then opens an Alt+Tab-like window switcher instead of producing a middle-click and querying
synclient for this settings value confirms that
Any idea what might have caused this? How can I fix it or at least automatically reconfigure it after waking up from suspend?