@Xinjie : Thank you for your explanation of why your OEM supplier cannot properly support Windows swap left/right button functions in BT mode. While I understand they may not be up to fixing the firmware for this, perhaps V can write some drivers to do so? See my PM to you for a company that might be able to help you. Meanwhile, if the BT keyboard keeps dropping keypresses, then its just an overly heavy keyboard because of the battery.
I also understand that if I turn off the tap ability on the touch pad, then it becomes a click pad. The problem with that is that my touchpad requires a really hard press to get a “click” out of it which really slows down interactions. So, I would rather have a touchpad that rattled every time it is touched vs. having to super hard press the touch pad just because I’m left-handed.
One thing that I don’t understand about the explanation you and the mfg gave is why they are interpreting one finger tap as a right click; but two finger tap is actually interpreted as a single-click. This would lead me to believe this is genuinely a bug in how their device interprets things, not necessarily Windows itself.
Now, I’m typing this with the new firmware in BT-mode. Noticing that my keyboard is still dropping keypresses, forcing an overuse of the oops button to fix the typing. Was this supposed to be addressed?