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Horizontal scrolling in smaller increments with less -S

I'm using less to parse HTTP access logs. I want to view everything neatly on single lines, so I'm using -S. The problem I have is that the first third of my terminal window is taken up with metadata ...
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How to disable nemo's horizontal scroll

When using the nemo file browser in icon mode (compact view) the scroll turns to horizontal rather than vertical. For me this is very hard to work with. If the files are in list mode you can scroll ...
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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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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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Keyboard shortcut for horizontal scrolling

Is there a utility I could use to scroll the active window horizontally using the keyboard?
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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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page up in gnu screen with Shift-PageUp

In the Linux terminal the key sequence Shift-PageUp can often be used to scroll up. However, this key sequence doesn't seem to work in gnu screen when ssh'ing to particular machines. I have two ...
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What exactly is 'scrollback' and 'scrollback buffer'?

What are "scrollback" and "scrollback buffer" in programs like bash and screen, and how do they relate to the tty, the programs being run, and stdin/ stdout/ stderr? Here is the only definition of ...
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Smooth scrolling - where does it come from?

So, I've been dealing with Ubuntu and other Debian-based distros for a while and kinda like Crunchbang. But I've been also noticing that Ubuntu (as well as LMDE) comes with that fancy/nice/eyecandy ...
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A terminal that is always scrollable or forever like less?

I'm currently using #!Waldorf, but have used Manjaro, Mint, Ubunto, Fedora, etc. Is there a way to make my terminal always behave like it's passed to less but without the (END) "feature" that ...
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How do I increase my iterm (tmux) window scrollback (not the line scrollback)

When I want to scroll back, i.e. with my mouse (or with PageUp) I can only go up about 43 pages (about 2000 lines). Can I increase that? I have my terminal preference -> "Scrollback Lines" set to ...
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How to put current line at top/center/bottom of screen in vim?

Any quicker navigation trick to place the line at which the cursor is at the moment to the top of the screen? center of the screen? bottom of the screen?
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How to scroll to the bottom or to the beginning of a terminal session in xterm?

If I want to move up or down in xterm page by page I do it with <shift> + <PgUp> and <shift> + <PgDn>. But how can I completely move to the bottom or to the beginning of the ...
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tmux: Keep scroll position when changing session

Sometimes I'm scrolling up a log file and need to switch sessions, so open the session menu with prefix-s. This causes tmux to forget the window's scroll position, so that when I return it's at the ...
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Make mouse movements scroll when the middle button is held down

In Windows, I'm used to clicking the center button and it offering a "fast scroll" option up or down. How can I get this behavior on Linux? It currently seems to use the back button upon center click ...
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How to enable scroll of PS/2 mouse in Ubuntu 13.10?

My mouse scroll doesn't work at all. There are other questions regarding mouse scroll, but not appropriate in my context. It used to work fine in Windows XP.
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How can I toggle mouse scrolling behavior while screen is already running?

Right now I have the following line in my ~/.screenrc so I can scroll back and see the output for a screen window: termcapinfo xterm ti@:te@ Now that I am editing in vim, I would like to use my ...
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Slackware 14x86_64, gnome 3.6 and alps touchpad scrolling settings

I have a Dell Latitude E6510 with Slackware 14x86_64, gnome 3.6 (dropline), alps dualpoint touchpad and the latest 3.11.4 kernel. My touchpad is being detected correctly and I have the touchpad ...
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Clearing the “old” scrollback buffer

This might seem to be a duplicate question but it isn't. I know that I can use printf "\033f" to clear the scrollback buffer of the "current" session but that doesn't work for old sessions. My ...
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Mouse scrolling in CDE file manager

I cannot scroll using the mouse wheel inside CDE file manager (dtfile). Scrolling inside terminal or text editor or anything else works fine. How can I configure it to allow for mouse wheel scrolling? ...
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How can I scroll screen or tmux buffer without pausing the application?

I want to have the same behavior as C-A/C-B+[ provides except i want to be able to return to my application to see that it has progressed in her calculations or has not disconnected to the server ...
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is there an alternative to tail -f that has convenient scrolling? [duplicate]

I'm usually inside GNU Screen or tmux, which doesn't give me excellent scrolling functionality. Is there an alternative to tail -f that allows me to quickly scroll up? A tool that is like most is to ...
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Does any Linux distribution support setting mouse scroll wheel sensitivity?

I have tried Ubuntu 13.04 and Linux Mint 15 and both DO NOT HAVE optinos for setting mouse scroll wheel sensitivity. They had only mouse acceleration and sensitivity, but the scroll wheel speed you ...
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Magic trackpad natural scrolling interruption

I have my Apple Magic Trackpad connected to my Ubuntu 12.04 distro and it's working great with a custom xorg configuration file at /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/60-apple-wireless-trackpad.conf: # ...
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How to scroll in a terminal by line in GNOME Terminal 2.31.3?

I use Shift+(PgUp/PgDown) while scrolling in the terminal. But it seems to scroll one screen (or a half may be) at a time. I feel comfortable scrolling the terminal by line with the mouse, but don't ...
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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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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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touchpad scrolling lost when switching between physical and virtual tty

I have setup touchpad scrolling by running the following script in .xsession $ cat ~/bin/enablescrolling # enable two finger scroll synclient VertTwoFingerScroll=1 synclient HorizTwoFingerScroll=1 ...
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Mouse scroll wheel issues

I'm been having issues with the scroll-wheel on my mouse for ages now. I've got a Silverstone Raven mouse, and the scrolling action is extremely jerky. If I scroll either up or down, at a natural ...
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How to scroll large datafile while keeping header

Suppose I have some large datafile, which overflow the screen in both vertical and horizontal direction. How can I browse this file, while the header-lines stay on the screen? For the moment, I am ...
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Why gnome-terminal does not allow unlimited scrolling

I am using Fedora 14. Gnome Terminal 2.32.0. But there is no box for "unlimited scrolling". In fact, the number of lines I can scroll back is capped at 10,000. If I set it any higher, it will reset ...
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Can I configure my laptop's touchpad to only do scrolling?

I have a Thinkpad which has both a TrackPoint mouse pointer (the little red thing between the G and H keys) and a Synaptics Touchpad. I don't really like the Touchpad, and in fact keep swiping it ...
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Use Emulated Scrollwheel Instead of Real One X11

So I've got this Kensington trackball that ships with a pretty horrible scrollwheel/touchring doohicky, and only two physical buttons. I'd like to disable the touchscroll entirely, enable 3 button ...
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Synaptics two-finger-tap right-click happens on non-tap

Pardon the horrendous title, I'm not exactly sure how to summarize the issue I'm having. Basically, I have synaptics, and I right-click by tapping two fingers on the touchpad because my touchpad ...
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Is there a way to make Screen scroll like a normal terminal?

I love screen, but it drives me nuts that I have to stop typing input, hit CTRL+A [, and then find what I need. Is there a way to make the scroll wheel function normally, rather than scrolling ...
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Disable autoscrolling in gnome 3.4

I've recently updated my gnome to 3.4 and a problem appears. When I start scrolling, scroll never ends and even continues to scroll when I switch to another window. How can I disable this annoying ...
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Linux Mint 12 two finger scrolling

i can't get two finger scrolling to work for anything on Linux mint 12 64bit.... hp dv7 laptop. the hardware definitely supports it as it works just fine on my windows partition. following the ...
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Shortcut key for scrolling inside a terminal

What is the shortcut key for scrolling inside a terminal? If I hit the Up or Down arrow or PageUp or PageDown, it will only traverse through command history, not let me traverse the previous part ...
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Bash: How do you view text that has been “scrolled up too far” in the terminal?

I know there is a simple unix command that allows you to view things from the top and/or allows you to scroll indefinitely toward the top. Not sure what to call it, so it's difficult to google. Thanks ...
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Can mouse wheel scrolling work in a /usr/bin/screen session?

Is there any way to use the mouse wheel to scroll through the output of a screen session? I can use the keypad scroll through previous output in screen after pressing ctrl+a [. Is it possible to do ...
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Scroll between tags in Awesome WM

How can I add smooth scrolling between tags in the Awesome WM? I realize I can't run compiz with Awesome. Is there something comparable that I can run? I don't need any other effects, switching ...
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How to unfreeze after accidentally pressing Ctrl-S in a terminal?

It's a situation that has happened quite often to me: after I press (with a different intention) Ctrl-S in a terminal, the interaction (input or output) with it is frozen. It's probably a kind of ...
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Scrollability of text when using tmux?

Scrollability of text in some terminals: | tty | xterm | urxvt | guake | terminator screen | Y | Y | Y | Y | Y tmux | N | N | Y | N | N I notice in this ...