I am using Ubuntu 12.04 with default Unity. After last package update yesterday, the middle button of my three button mouse simply stopped working.
After the last time my Ubuntu 10.04 installed updates, my mouse middle button stopped working. The mouse is Toshiba and has three buttons (the middle one below the wheel). I activated the emulation in the meanwhile, but I prefer to keep using the button. I really don't know what update ruined it.
I would like to map "Back" button (xev shows it as "button 7") of my mouse (A4Tech X-7) to act as a middle mouse button. Is there a way to do this? I'm lost in google, finding only how to map buttons to keyboard shortcuts with xbindkeys and etc.
I have installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 on my new Lenovo IdeaPad Y580 M772DGE.
Unfortunately the right mouse button 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.
After I upgraded to 12.04 LTS my middle mouse button stopped working... it worked fine before the upgrade. I can scroll with the wheel but when i push it down it refuses to work. Can someone tell me how to make my mouse work again?
I have a Logitech m505 mouse, which works fine with my ubuntu 12.04. However, the middle button is so hard to press down that in windows I had assigned it to left scroll with the logitech driver. So if I was to open a link in a new tab, I'd pull the scroll button to the left.