ulrich at barfuss-jerusalem.org
Mon Jun 20 19:05:01 UTC 2005
it should, i assume...
but while fiddling around to get my mx500-mouse work with all buttons, i
found out that not only xorg.conf is reponsible for mousetracking.
for example, for my logitech i had to use the command 'xmodmap' to map
the physical buttons to the right button codes... or so to speak.
so while i was happy to found some guides specifically for my mouse, all
i had to do was copy & paste without using my brain, which i really
enjoyed in this case :)
i think you should have a deep look into 'man xmodmap'!?
sorry for being not that much of a help
Am Montag, den 20.06.2005, 10:04 -0500 schrieb Charles Malespin:
> I tried xev, and I didnt get a button 4 or 5 when I moved the scroll
> wheel. I dont know what else to do because I thought that it was in my
> xorg.conf file so it should work right?
> On Mon, 2005-06-20 at 13:36 +0200, Ulrich Steffens wrote:
> > Am Freitag, den 17.06.2005, 10:56 -0500 schrieb Charles Malespin:
> > > >
> > >
> > > Here is a copy of the Mouse section in my xorg.conf. I had the Z Axis
> > > line in there, but the rest was different. Does this help, I havent
> > > changed anything yet either.... Charles
> > theres a little app called 'xev' on linux.
> > if you mover your mouse over the window it spawns, you can see what
> > actions are triggert. so if you scroll your wheel, does xev show
> > button 4 and/or button 5?
> > output should look like:
> > ButtonRelease event, serial 29, synthetic NO, window 0xa00001,
> > root 0x76, subw 0x0, time 294281731, (94,103), root:(1519,152),
> > state 0x800, button 4, same_screen YES
> > hope this helps
> > ulrich
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