I've had a cheap Logitech M215 wireless mouse for years now. It still works perfectly.
For my laptop, I've purchased a couple additional mouses- both Logitech- expecting the same performance. The problem: the vertical sensitivity is awkward on both. Sensitivity along the x-axis is great, but sensitivity along the y-axis is slow to the point that I hate using them.
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.
When resizing a window, is there anyway to adjust the sensitivity
along the verticle edges? With my system, its difficult to get the mouse
to change from a pointer to an edge indicator when I want to resize.
I would like for sensitivity area to be larger.
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.
I am developing an application on an embedded device using QWSServer on a Linux Framebuffer (QT 4.8) and am wondering if there is a way to adjust the mouse sensitivity?
I assuming this there are some setting on the QWSServer, but haven’t found them yet :-(