Is there an app that will let me adjust the mic sensitivity on my phone while using Bluetooth? I don't think I can deal with having to swap out yet another phone because of this issue, but every headset I use overdrives the audio, and if not whispering, it is impossible to discern the words on the receiving end.
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.
After I installed updates today and restarted, the launcher icons reset to the default size. In the System Settings / Appearance, the slider to adjust the icon size is no longer there. At first I suspected it was using to Unity 2D, but I don't think it is. I log out and made sure Unity was selected, and if I set the launcher to auto hide, it becomes transparent before sliding away.
Just set up a Win7 Pro/Xubuntu 9.10 dual boot on my new home-built PC and I'm having issues with my mouse sensitivity. I like a pretty low sensitivity. I know it sounds weird, but I like to have 7-8 inches of throw in any direction. I do a lot of gaming under Windows with really low sensitivity and I've gotten used to it over the years.
Ran upon this app on the Google play store that allows you to adjust touch sensitivity on the Prime. The app is called TouchScreen Tune. I tried out the free test version and it seems to improve things. Maybe worth a look.
Unfortunately, I find the transformer prime to have pretty poor touch responsiveness when compared to my other devices.