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Default Touchpad mouse scrolling

I'm having trouble setting up touchpad double tap and scrolling. It's Toshiba model without synaptics mouse.

Code:
puffy> synclient
Couldn't find synaptics properties. No synaptics driver loaded?
It seems my google-fu is not good enough since I can't find solution.
This is .xinitrc I'm using:

Code:
xinput set-prop "/dev/wsmouse" "WS Pointer Wheel Emulation" 1
xinput set-prop "/dev/wsmouse" "WS Pointer Wheel Emulation Axes" 6 7 4 5
xinput set-prop "/dev/wsmouse" "WS Pointer Wheel Emulation Button" 2
xinput set-prop "/dev/wsmouse" "WS Pointer Wheel Emulation Timeout" 50
xinput set-prop "/dev/wsmouse" "WS Pointer Wheel Emulation Inertia" 3
xinput set-prop "/dev/wsmouse" "Device Accel Constant Deceleration" 0.7
Note that scrolling works on my external mouse, but I'd like to use two-finger scroll on touchpad.

Any help is more than appreciated.

Thanks.
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