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Control_L, Up, Control_L|Button4 Control_L, Down, Control_L|Button5 Shift_L, Up, Shift_L|Button4 Shift_L, Down, Shift_L|Button5 in your .imwheelrc should do the trick. Be sure to restart imwheel for the changes to take effect. Note that starting imwheel multiple times leads to undefined behavior. EDIT As per feedback from the OP, the key is to ...


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As seen in this Ubuntu answer. A missing mouse pointer in Debian Gnome might also be solved by entering "mouse" in the launcher. This starts the mouse and touchpad settings dialogue and the mouse appears again.


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Feature is called "Coasting speed". To disable it you can use: xinput --set-prop --type=float "<your device>" "Synaptics Coasting Speed" 0 0 to list devices you can use: xinput list alternative variant (for touchpads) is synclient options (there are 3 of them): CornerCoasting = 0 CoastingSpeed = 0 CoastingFriction = 0


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You are describing the feature of VTE (used in XFCE Terminal) which translates wheel-mouse scrolling into up/down cursor-keys when using the alternate-screen. That happens if you are running screen in something like xterm. You can avoid that by preventing screen from using the terminal's alternate screen feature. For example (see How to disable alternate ...


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In the Edit > Preferences menu of xfce4-terminal you can disable the scrollbar. If you set the scrollback value to 1, it will disable scrolling back using the scroll wheel on your mouse. I'm using xfce4-terminal 0.6.3, the default version for Ubuntu 14.04.


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This solution will work globally and preserve the middle mouse functionality. Install xbindkeys xsel xdotool Place this in ~/.xbindkeysrc "echo -n | xsel -n -i; pkill xbindkeys; xdotool click 2; xbindkeys" b:2 + Release Reload xbindkeys -p Run xbindkeys on startup, pkill xbindkeys to stop.


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I am not sure of the general case , but in FireFox, there is a configuration setting ui.scrollToClick=0 , which gives the behaviour you want. If ui.scrollToClick=1 , then clicking the scrollbar will make it jump to that point. Also, you can use shift-click for getting the opposite behaviour of the current FireFox setting.


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You get the old page-up/down behavior via right-clicking on the scroll bar.


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Create a file called, e.g., usbhid.conf in /etc/modprobe.d/ and add the following line: blacklist usbhid Then re-generate your initramfs with: update-initramfs -u -k $(uname -r) or, if you want to rebuild the initramfs for all installed kernel versions: update-initramfs -u -k all After you reboot, usbhid.ko will be prevented from loading. This will ...


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You could simply remove the corresponding drivers: sudo rm /lib/modules/<your_kernel>/kernel/drivers/hid/usbhid/* (actually, you should rather move those drivers somewhere in case you'll want them back, but I hope you get the idea)



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