Sometimes when I click something and release it, it will still keep the mouse button pressed. Like when I drag something and release it again, my laptop sometimes just keeps dragging. It wont release until I click again. I have tried without a usb mouse and I still have this problem.Then I disabled the touchpad on my mouse and it still keeps on the mouse click. So it wouldn't be the hardware?
How do you adjust the mouse click debouncing in Ubuntu?
I recently bought an IOGear wireless keyboard, and while most functions appear to work "out-of-the-box", the builtin mouse keys seem to have no debouncing, so a single click usually registers as multiple clicks.
Ever since I upgraded to Fedora 17 from Fedora 14, single clicking my mouse has become very difficult. Single click registers as a double click 70% of times. All the settings that I see have to do with delay between 2 clicks to be considered a double click, but here I am not making 2 clicks.
Well, the problem is that my mouse is broken and when I click the left button it generates 2 mouse clicks, so until I buy a new mouse I need to somehow temporarily fix it.
My idea is to set some kind of limit between mouse clicks, that when you click the mouse then you will have to wait let say 0.2sec before you can click it again and every mouse clicks generated before passing those 0.2sec
So this is a weird little issue I've come across.I bought a new mouse and when I first used it and installed the drivers for it (its a cyborg RAT7 Gaming mouse) I was logged into my windows partition. The last time I booted into chakra my old mouse was working fine.So, the next time I booted into Chakra, I could not right click on the desktop but could left click and drag to group icons
I have installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 on my new Lenovo IdeaPad Y580 M772DGE. Unfortunately the right mouse button of the touchpad is not working correctly. Every mouse button click is interpreted as a left mouse button click. I tried to uninstall and reinstall the synaptics (xserver-xorg-input-synaptics) drivers, but the problem is still present.