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I solved by following this: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=125166 (I was a step away from the success :P)
Additionally to using gsettings and instead of using the deprecated gconf-editor, you can install the newer dconf-editor and find and change relevant keys there. Searching "resize with" will find its key regardless of used WM.
This is possible. The following will disable the super key and rebind it to the left mouse button. If you wish to preserve the functionality of the super key while also binding to the left mouse button, check out this question. There seem to be some issues with xbindkeys when we use a modifier key to trigger mouse or keyboard events, so we will first rebind ...
You can inject input events with xdotool. You can invoke commands on a key press with xbindkeys. Put something like this in your ~/.xbindkeysrc: "xdotool click 4" control+shift+prior "xdotool click 5" control+shift+next
It seems to be a problem with one of my USB controllers, plugging the devices in at the other controller resolved the issue.
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