Hello, I am pretty new to linux and I decided to install Crunchbang just two days ago. I managed to configure it to my tastes, the only bit I didn't manage to fix yet is the wheel mouse. All I want to do is being able to scroll pages while I am holding the mouse wheel pushed + up/down mouse movement.
Is there a way to adjust the mouse wheel scroll sensitivity in Fedora 18?
I'm running Fedora 18, with the standard Gnome desktop. I use a Logitech M705 mouse with the free-scrolling mouse wheel, which I love. In windows, I'm able to configure how many lines to scroll per notch of the mouse wheel.
In gedit, one used to be able to use the mouse wheel to scroll through all the tabs opened. Now the function is gone. (mouse wheel working very fine, scroll through tabs still working on earlier versions).
Any one knows how to enable, restore or install this very convenient feature?
I am using a HP NK527AA Wireless mouse with two side buttons.
His mouse wheel is half broken: I can scroll but I can't click it.
In windows I configured the side buttons as 3rd mouse button but unfortunately the only available drivers are for windows.
Ubuntu treats the side-buttons as back\forward buttons and it's really annoying.
Is there a way to configure the buttons if though the is no drive
((Yes. this is another wireless mouse-thread. I see several threads on issues with wireless mice, but when it comes to RF (Radio) mice it's mostly on glitches and tweaks. I only see threads on BT not working at all. So, this is one about a non-BT mouse that is not working at all.))
Hi :) I'm using Ubuntu 12.10 with Gnome 3.6. Can someone please tell me where the file to edit dconf is located and what strings/values I would need to put in to be able to roll windows up with the mouse wheel? I've checked Compiz and UbuntuTweak but the option isn't available in either. I hope this is the right place to post this...