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How to set up MouseButton4 on TeamSpeak

Is there a way to set up Button4/5 to push-to-talk in TeamSpeak? For Example: In Firefox I can undoing and forwarding but TeamSpeak doesn't recognize clicks. I'm using Arch Linux and my mouse is ...
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Right clicks not detected after burst of right-clicks

I am having a problem with right-clicks going undetected when I do a "burst" of right clicks (e.g. 2 or more per second for a short duration). This is really annoying when playing DotA2 which requires ...
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Xorg mouse input driver

My Xorg.0.log shows the following output: [ 14.509] (II) config/udev: Adding input device Microsoft Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse v2.0 (/dev/input/mouse0) [ 14.509] (II) No input driver ...
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How to scroll the screen using the middle click?

On Windows, most programs with large, scrollable text containers (e.g. all browsers, most word processors and IDEs) let you press the middle mouse button and then move the mouse to scroll. This ...
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Weird mouse problem Linux Mint

I have linux mint 17.1 cinnamon 32bit. I installed these packages: lxde lubuntu-core lubuntu-icon-theme lubuntu-restricted-extras I selected lightdm as defaut. After that I log off and log in on ...
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execute command on pointer movement, wait and revert?

I've got two pointing devices (touchpad and trackpoint) and the goal is to execute a command when movement (any direction, any distance) is detected on the trackpoint, then wait a configurable amount ...
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Windows 6/11 mouse setting - how to get same 1:1 input on Linux

I have turned mouse acceleration off from Xorg. Still mouse doesn't move at the same pace as it would on Windows using 6/11 setting. How to get same raw 1:1 pointer movement without scaling on Linux?
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How to set-up mouseemu on Debian

I own an iBook running Debian Sid and would like to configure mouseemu to emulate a mouse wheel using the right Apple-key and the trackpad. It seems that I can get away wit the -scroll option of ...
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Applying mouse settings on startup

linux learner here. (Running on a Debian-derived distro) My mouse sensitivity was too high so I was able to change it, but can't seem to get it to apply on startup. I made /etc/init.d/mouse When I ...
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Efficiently copy names in shell

I have noticed an efficient technique that some users use to quickly copy directory and file names in the terminal or shell. The behavior/usage is as follows: Issue ls Click on the desired entry, ...
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Emulate horizontal scrolling with Shift key

I want to emulate horizontal scrolling when I use my (vertical) scroll wheel and pressing Shift. In some applications (Chrom{e,ium}) this already works, but I'm looking for a generic solution for X ...
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Mouse events and Xorg

I noticed that on my distribution, I could not read anymore directly /dev/input/mice (or /dev/input/mouse0, or even /dev/input/event4 - which is used by Xorg) from a virtual terminal under Gnome3. ...
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Logitech M325 mouse horizontal scrolling

Out of the box, this Logitech M325 mouse works great with one issue: cannot use the scroll wheel for horizontal scrolling. It acts as forward or back in the browsers or does nothing in other windows.
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How to use xinput to configure multiple devices with a script?

How do you configure xinput to set multiple devices automatically using a script? $ xinput --list ⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master pointer (3)] ⎜ ↳ Virtual core ...
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Can I simulate mouse movements via terminal without xdotool?

I would like to write a script to prevent a computer from locking by virtually wiggling the mouse. However, I do not have xdotool on the computer that I am using, and I cannot install since I am not ...
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How do I get my mouse back from qemu/kvm?

I'm running qemu/kvm on Debian testing x64 with this command: kvm -m 1024 -hda win7.img -cdrom win7x86.iso -boot d -net user but when I click inside the virtual machine, qemu captures my mouse and ...
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Deactivate mousepad while typing in KDE

I am using KDE 4.13.3 on my Laptop and whenever I'm typing the cursor jumps to different places, because I accidentally touch the mousepad with my thumb. This is super annoying and other window ...
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Mint 17: Touchpad recognized as mouse

I recently installed Mint 17 on my recently bought laptop, messing with the menus I noticed no options under the Touchpad tab on Mouse and Touchpad work, so I can't disable the touchpad while typing ...
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Avoid very fast double clicks

I have a mouse with a weird problem. The left button sometimes fires a double click even if I click just one time. I would like to know if there's a way to avoid fast double clicks, ignoring clicks ...
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How to use all buttons of SteelSeries Cataclysm MMO Gaming Mouse in Xorg (GNOME)?

I've a problem with my mouse on Gentoo. The normal buttons (left/right/wheel and previous/next) work, but the other buttons are not recognized by x. I tried in xev and using them does not do anything. ...
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Etekcity Scroll E1 Wireless USB mouse does not work with Ubuntu 14.04

I have an Etekcity Scroll E1 Wireless USB Mouse that is not working with Ubuntu(but does work on Windows). According to their website, the mouse is compatible with Linux, and the Amazon reviews for it ...
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Adjust mouse wheel sensitivity in Fedora / Gnome

Short Question Is there a way to adjust the mouse wheel scroll sensitivity in Fedora 18? Long Question I'm running Fedora 18, with the standard Gnome desktop. I use a Logitech M705 mouse with the ...
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configure 4-way scroll

My MS mouse has 4-way scrolling feature and OS understands it perfectly. But, for some reason, I don't need its horizontal scrolling. Is it possible to reconfigure horizontal scrolling to act like ...
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Ignore brief mouse click/releases

The switch contacts in my mouse are going, and rather than open it up yet again and clean them or try to hunt down a replacement switch (or buy a new mouse) I would like to solve this problem via ...
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Disable Keyboard & Mouse input on unix (under X)

How can one programmatically "freeze" the Keyboard & Mouse temporarily, so that no one could mess with the system? There are several possibilities where this is useful. For instance, I have a ...
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disable mouse and keyboard on Ubuntu 14.04

I use only ssh access to my 'slideshow' computer (it, and a big TV screen are located in a public room). I'd like to disable generally (not X only) all of the USB slots, and the PS2 keyboard/mouse ...
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Disable trackpad click in Yellowdog linux

I just installed yellowdog linux 6.2 on an old PowerPC laptop. By default, it's interpreting trackpad taps as clicks, which I want to disable. I followed the directions here, and put ...
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Set scroll speed and have a show desktop keyboard command on Mint 16

How can I change the scroll speed and have a show desktop keyboard command? I cannot figure out these two things. I have looked around, but cannot find any definitive or working advice. ...
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Evoluent Mouse 4

I have this mouse: http://www.evoluent.com/vm4r.htm I configured it using: xinput –set-button-map 15 1 2 3 9 8 0 0 4 0 5 s.t. the thumb buttons are the back forward wheel. (I want to be able to ...
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Two mice pointers (xinput stuff) issue (logs me off)

I'm trying to use two mice (mouse pointers) on my laptop (Linux Mint 16) so I've been following some tutorials that I found: the idea is to work with the xinput command. I have two mice (Touchpad and ...
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How to lower mouse acceleration if it is allready at lowest setting in gnome3 config

I want to lower mouse sensitivity in gnome3 desktop, but when I open appropriate settings panel I see that settings are at already lowest setting: Is there any way to fix it?
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Lost mouse pointer in XServer

Have tried many windows managers including TWM, xfce and Gnome, but my mouse pointer is gone. It is invisible, but it performs all the actions. If I do the right click the context menu opens and this ...
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How to get clicked-on filename as argument of shell script triggered by this mouse-click

If, in Ubuntu's Nautilus, I click a midi-file, a window opens to specify an application for processing the file. Another option is a "user generated command" (UGC). (Let me choose Ubuntu, Nautilus, ...
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How can I make imwheel leave most modifier actions as default?

I'm attempting to horizontal scroll with shift+scroll wheel. I've tried using imwheel, using the following in ~/.imwheelrc ".*" Shift_L, Up, Left Shift_L, Down, Right I then run imwheel -b 45. This ...
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Qt Application Disobeying Xmodmap

A long while ago, I created a ~/.Xmodmap reversing the 4 and 5 to create "natural scrolling": pointer = 1 2 3 5 4 7 6 8 9 10 11 12 I source .Xmodmap in .xinitrc in the standard fashion (xmodmap ...
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Mouse pointer moves on its own

When I leave the mouse (Logitech Performance Mouse MX) alone, it moves (somewhat continuously) ever so slightly on its own! This causes several issues: when watching a video full screen, the seek ...
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How does `stdin` of linux work?

I know that stdin refers to standard input in linux, usually the keyboard. It can also be referred by file descriptor 0. So, which file descriptor does the (standard input) mouse refer to? Or is it a ...
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Intermittent freezes

I have a PC running RHEL6.5, and had a new problem emerge yesterday after installing a new video card (Radeon HD5450, PCIe1x) and configuring it to use three monitors (connected via DisplayPort, DVI, ...
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Can I make a second mouse/keyboard (virtual) for xdotool to use?

I have a script running a set of xdotool commands. It only uses half of my screen but I cannot use my keyboard or mouse while it is running due to the number of clicks and typing that is executed. Is ...
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Problem in mouse configuration

I have a strange problem with the mouse. To set up the pointer speed to become slow. But when I boot the Mint, it is an absurd speed, both the pointer and the scroll. To be the speed that I set up, I ...
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Razer Ouroboros mouse not working

The Problem I don't mean the extra keys and what not, I'm just talking about getting the pointer to move across the screen and the left and right buttons to click. I've got it plugged into the ...
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Opensuse remove kernel module

I recently installed OpenSuse. I have a problem with the mouse left click. I had the same problem in Debian but when I removed the psmouse module everything started working perfectly. I tried the same ...
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Mouse not working correctly [closed]

So for the last month or so on my Ubuntu 13.10, after installing nvidia drivers and then re installing nouveau drivers (because nvidia didn't work correctly) I got a problem with my mouse. I just made ...
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Switching to tty changes mouse speed - why / how to change?

I like using a fast mouse, so I use xset to speed it up, more than possible with the normal gnome settings. When I switch to a tty and back to Gnome, my mouse is really slow again (changed to default ...
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Fedora19 — Mouse pointer suddenly disappears

I'm running a desktop machine with Fedora19, Gnome3, dual monitors (30" left, 27" right). Once in a while my mouse pointer disappears from the primary screen. If I move the mouse to the secondary ...
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How to get mouse click position?

I know I can get the position of the mouse pointer by executing xdotool getmouselocation. What I need is program that will run and let me know the position where the mouse pointer clicks.
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Customize Logitech M600 mouse in Fedora 20?

I just got a fancy Logitech M600 touch mouse, and there are very specific things I want it to do on my Fedora 20 64-bit KDE spin. Unfortunately, there don't seem to be any config files where I can ...
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Udev taking 15 seconds to detect mouse

Whenever my mouse, a SteelSeries Xai, is plugged in, there is a 15 second delay until the mouse is properly recognized and starts working. This is specially troublesome at boot, where udev waits for ...
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Qemu 2.0 Windows guest - mouse stops working (vnc) when using usb-passthrough

I have installed Qemu 2.0 on an Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS computer. I use Qemu to run multiple virtual machines. One of them is using Windows 8.1 Pro (x64) and is used for back-ups. The guest runs fine ...
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i3wm can't create new tiles and mouse won't move

I installed i3wm and X using the tutorials in the Arch wiki for a new Arch installation. I have Intel video, so I installed the xf86-video-intel package (which takes care of the driver). But when I ...