I just installed 12.04 but the mouse is far too fast and it is almost
impossible to do a double click. I have checked the mouse speed settings with no success.
On my desktop, I've got an IBM model M keyboard with a trackpoint built into it (attached via the PS2 mouse port). I also have a wireless USB mouse. My problem is that the mouse settings required for each are different.
Why is the mouse speed in Ubuntu so insanely fast now? I just installed Ubuntu again today after not using it for a long time and my mouse cursor is blasting across my screen at warp speed, it never did this when I used Ubuntu before. I googled for a solution and using a terminal to change xinput settings helps but I can't get it to feel normal.
When I move my mouse slowly over the desktop the pointer jumps often a few pixels (one or two) in the opposite direction of which I move my mouse. Horribly when trying to set the cursor around some semicolons in eclipse. I guess this is the result of a wrong set resolution of it.
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.
I had an old Omega mouse. A really cheap one and it got broken. Now I bought an Elephant 2000 DPI mouse and it is going really really slow. Almost half the speed of my other mouse. I checked control_panel for mouse options and my pointer options is set to max. How can I get my mouse to go faster ?
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.