This is amazingly bothersome. I come from using a MacBook Pro for years and I am (mostly) happy with this frame.work laptop. But.
I use Firefox. I use a lot of tabs in my windows. Now, when I go to a tab to bring it forward, the default response seems to be to close the tab. Which is not what I wanted! Because I clicked on the tab to open it. :–)
So, is the problem that this laptop trackpad has a different area for left-click vs right-click? If so, how can I modify that? I have to drag myself to the very far left of the trackpad to get a left-click. Why should this be diificult? I actually want the left 2/3 of the trackpad to go to left-click. How can one do this?
Is it the OS? Setting preferences in ubuntu (20.04.3 LTS) is not like setting them on the Mac. There are a lot less options in the Settings app. I suspect I can change many more things in the CLI, but how do I find those?
Is it just Firefox? I know the linux versions have some quirks. Is this just one of them? Or is it an actual error? Should any kind of click on a browser tab cause it to automatically close? Why would that make sense?
It seems strange to come to the frame.work site for this, but I syspect other people here are dealing with a combination of new hardware, new software, new settings and old fingers. When a problem is from one of several layers, one cannot just g**gle it. The responses are too generic. Anyway. Any suggestions or questions would be helpful.
cheers - ray