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If anyone stumbles upon this question nowadays reason might be debian bug:#755050, which can be worked around by (see debian bugtracker for details): dconf write /org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/cursor/active false
your script would look something like: #!/bin/bash /path/to/timidity "$1" But, can you right-click the midi file and "open with" timidity instead? Seems simpler.
As hinted here, I installed imwheel, then created ~/.imwheelrc with the following content. ".*" Shift_L, Up, Left Shift_L, Down, Right I then ran imwheel -b 45 in the terminal. I tested, and I haven't noticed the diagonal problems associated with high scrolling and xbindkeys. N.B. -b 45 restricts imwheel to capture only up and down scrolling, preventing ...
You can actually run tail -f on your mouse device file, this may change among kernels and distros but it should show you if your mouse is sending some irrelevant signals when it's not supposed to or vice versa. The device file might be at the following location: /dev/input/mice (Some tutorials confirm that this is the actual location of the file in ...
The issue isn't at the X level - even the USB mouse spec only allows for left-right-scrollwheel. The Catclysm gaming mouse has usb interfaces for both a mouse and a keyboard - you basically need to telling the mouse which buttons you want matched to which keystroke(s). The only officially supported way is to run a Windows virtual machine, upload use the ...
It seems to be Qt specific (from trying in Qt Assistant). I think it is because Qt uses only the scrolling distance for its wheel events. Instead of using xmodmap here, you can set your scrolling distance to negative values. You can set it through a file in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/, for a mouse managed by evdev : Section "InputClass" Identifier ...
For the following to work, you need programs xte and xbindkeys. For Debian, and most derivatives like Ubuntu, these come in packages xautomation and xbindkeys respectively. Should you use some other distribution, you'll have to just search your package manager to find the correct packages. The idea behind that follows is that instead of actually ...
You could try this wiki page: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Mouse_acceleration I myself had some issues with my touchpad so I had to use a USB mouse and this wiki helped me !!
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