I have a Logitech MX Master mouse with a vertical and horizontical scroll wheel. Everything works fine, mouse events work / can be remapped, both scroll wheels do their job, etc. The only annoying thing is that horizontal scrolling is very slow und thus nearly useless...
So how can I adjust the scroll wheel sensitivity for the horizontal scroll wheel?
I have tried quite a lot of options with no luck:
solaardoes not provide any additional settings.
- xinput has a scrolling related setting
Evdev Scrolling Distance, but it did not seem to change more than the scrolling direction.
- Neither did the xconf setting
HorizResolutionchange the scrolling behavior (like suggested here).
- As I found out with
xev, the scroll wheel triggers button click events (buttons 6 and 7). So I tried a
xbindkeysbinding that triggers the button click three times again (using
xdotool). This obviously resulted in a infinite loop of event → trigger → event → trigger → ... bringing the xserver to 100% CPU. No sleep delays or similar helped...
- None of the XF86 keyboard symbols seems to represent vertical scrolling → no luck with remapping button 6/7 to a XF86 keyboard event.
Any ideas how to get the vertical mouse scrolling faster? I'd be glad about help!
My system: Linux Mint 18 (based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS), KDE Plasma 5.8.5