I have an Asus Zenbook UX550V, running Ubuntu Gnome 17.04 and Windows 10.
I have an Elantech touchpad and it works ridiculously well in Windows 10. It is incredibly precise, down to the pixel.
The same, however, cannot be said in Ubuntu Gnome. It works in every regard except, tapping isn't quite as sensitive and my biggest issue is that when making small movements, it just doesn't as well as it does in Windows 10.
For example, in Windows 10 if I make really tiny circles, the cursor will, expectedly, make tiny circles. In Ubuntu however, it might skip a couple dozen pixels in one direction, then another, then another, etc. This makes highlighting text, zoning in on guis, moving windows around, and other tasks a real pain. Any help on making it perform like it does in Windows 10 would be fantastic. Thanks in advance.