KSynaptics anyone?

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I have an icon in the panel on my Thinkpad T43 running Fedora-9 (KDE)
entitled "KSynaptics: Enable and disable your touch pad temporarily",
which is exactly what I want to do.
[I know I can do this with the command
        sudo synclient TouchpadOff=1
but if it can be done by clicking on an icon that would be nice.]

However, if I left-click on the icon nothing happens;
while if I right-click and go to Configure KSynaptics Touchpad
I am told, "No usable driver has been found.
You need at least driver version 0.14.4!"
But I'm also told I am using version 0.14.6c.

Has anyone overcome this hurdle?

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