I'm giving Pop!_OS (based on Ubuntu 19.04) a try, and am experiencing a very annoying issue with the mouse wheel (a Logitech MX Anywhere 2).
First of all the scrolling speed is very slow; I read somewhere about the Solaar app for Logitech mice, that would allow me to configure some mouse settings, including scroll wheel speed. Unfortunately, I cannot see any settings in the app:
After some more googling, I found about
imwheel. I installed it, changed some values in
~/.imwheelrc, and got a mouse wheel speed closer to what I had on Windows. I can't say it's as smooth, but it's usable. However I'm not that happy with this solution, as this utility does not seem to be installed as a service, and needs to be started manually. So much for the user experience (I was expecting something in Pop!_OS settings).
Now the very annoying part: when I start spinning the mouse wheel in Firefox or Chrome, very often the first spin is just ignored, and the scrolling starts the second or third time I hit the wheel. This makes the mouse wheel pretty much unusable for me, and forces me to use the scrollbar to get a consistent scrolling.
Is there a solution to this problem?