Re: many-button mouse question
What happens if you comment out Emulate3buttons ? Why do you need emulation
when you have the real thing ?
Jeff Maxson wrote:
> I really hate to bring this age-old question up again ("how do you
> activate the wheel on a mouse"), and I have checked the archives on this
> and tried most things I can think of, but can't get it. Here's the deal:
> I have (what it says is) an IBM Model MO02W mouse. There are the normal
> buttons (left, middle with wheel and click, and right), as well as three
> more on the left side of the mouse. the left, right, and "3-button
> emulate" work fine, so I can manage as is, but would like to figure out
> the wheel thing. Given my XF86Config-4 (relevant section below),
> rolling the wheel up makes the pointer go up very fast, and rolling the
> wheel down makes it go up (yes up) very slowly. All the left-side extra
> buttons make the pointer go up upon clicking as well as releasing (two
> up-jumps per press/release cycle).
> I have tried adding the Option "Buttons" # command, as well as various
> combinations of numbers for ZAxisMapping, and nothing changes. Any help?
> Section "InputDevice"
> # Identifier and driver
> Identifier "Mouse1"
> Driver "mouse"
> Option "Protocol" "Microsoft"
> Option "Device" "/dev/mouse"
> # Jeff is adding the next line to try activate the scroll wheel
> Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5"
> Option "Emulate3Buttons"
> # Option "ChordMiddle"