Re: 2nd and 3rd mouse key with modifiers
On Wed, 2004-08-18 at 02:04, Guido Guenther wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 11:46:09AM -0700, Adam Done wrote:
> > > I'm using (/etc/default/mouseemu):
> > I installed the debian package mentioned earlier from the list in April
> > and I do not have an /etc/default/mouseemu file. How can I crate one
> > with these settings? So far I have the default mouseemu setting for my
> > modifiers.
> Then you deleted it. The package has a /etc/default/mouseemu.
> Try this one:
I found that the package did not install correctly and I removed the
package thus why /etc/default/mouseemu was not there... oups.
> # Defaults for mouseemu initscript (/etc/init.d/mouseemu)
> # This is a POSIX shell fragment
> MID_CLICK="-middle 125 272" # Opt key (right of space) + Click
> RIGHT_CLICK="-right 96 272" # Enter (right of opt key) + Click
> #SCROLL="-scroll 56" # Alt
> #TYPING_BLOCK="-typing-block 300" # block mouse for 300ms after a keypress
I do like these keys better than the default ones but I looked at my
keymap file in /etc/console and could not decifer what the key code for
the the apple key to the right of the space bar. I am not to sure if
it is called one of the meta keys. Where can I find a good list of the
> What does "bash -e -x /etc/init.d/mouseemu start" say?
# bash -e -x /etc/init.d/mouseemu start
+ test -x /usr/sbin/mouseemu
+ '[' -f /etc/default/mouseemu ']'
+ . /etc/default/mouseemu
++ MID_CLICK='-middle 125 272'
++ RIGHT_CLICK='-right 96 272'
++ SCROLL='-scroll 56'
++ TYPING_BLOCK='-typing-block 900'
+ MOUSEEMU_OPTS='-middle 125 272 -right 96 272 -scroll 56 -typing-block
+ set -e
+ case "$1" in
+ echo -n 'Starting mouseemu: '
Starting mouseemu: + modprobe -q uinput
+ start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --exec /usr/sbin/mouseemu -- -middle
125 272 -right 96 272 -scroll 56 -typing-block 900