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    Scroll mouse button (middle) and Back/Forward in FF

    On my previous install of RR (obtained by relentless upgrade from OO) I was using ~/.xbindkeysrc
    Code:
    # History Back & Forward
    "xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key Left' 'keyup Alt_L' "
    b:6
    "xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key Right' 'keyup Alt_L' "
    b:7
    and it worked like a charm...
    Now, on my new RR install (obtained by clean install of QQ and immediate upgrade to RR) it doesn't. Any ideas? What did I forgot in the meantime...?
    (Yes I've changed HUD trigger key...)
    Last edited by zika; November 14th, 2012 at 03:01 PM.

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    Re: Scroll mouse button (middle) and Back/Forward in FF

    Quote Originally Posted by zika View Post
    On my previous install of RR (obtained by relentless upgrade from OO) I was using ~/.xbindkeysrc
    Code:
    # History Back & Forward
    "xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key Left' 'keyup Alt_L' "
    b:6
    "xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key Right' 'keyup Alt_L' "
    b:7
    and it worked like a charm...
    Now, on my new RR install (obtained by clean install of QQ and immediate upgrade to RR) it doesn't. Any ideas? What did I forgot in the meantime...?
    (Yes I've changed HUD trigger key...)
    Well I would download a daily Live image of RR rather than doing an upgrade of QQ. Not sure if it is related to your issue, but it's definitely the best way to do it.

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    Re: Scroll mouse button (middle) and Back/Forward in FF

    Quote Originally Posted by MWisBest View Post
    Well I would download a daily Live image of RR rather than doing an upgrade of QQ. Not sure if it is related to your issue, but it's definitely the best way to do it.
    As I wrote somewhere here, at the moment I was doing reinstall I've tried daily RR, it just brought me after boot into native old RR on my HDD...
    I do not think that that is an issue here, but I might be wrong...

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    Re: Scroll mouse button (middle) and Back/Forward in FF

    I have a 2 week old " clean install of QQ and immediate upgrade to RR" & your ~/.xbindkeysrc works fine for back/forward in FF
    Tried also on a freshly created add. user & again no issue
    Also to note it doesn't matter if the HUD key is changed/removed or not.
    (I usually remove HUD as have yet to find I use it much if at all

    While likely not of use you could try renaming ~/.config/dconf/user to user.bak, do a log out/in & see
    (to restore old user file then rename the new user file to user.bak1 or delete & rename user.bak to user

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    Re: Scroll mouse button (middle) and Back/Forward in FF

    Quote Originally Posted by mc4man View Post
    I have a 2 week old " clean install of QQ and immediate upgrade to RR" & your ~/.xbindkeysrc works fine for back/forward in FF
    Tried also on a freshly created add. user & again no issue
    Also to note it doesn't matter if the HUD key is changed/removed or not.
    (I usually remove HUD as have yet to find I use it much if at all

    While likely not of use you could try renaming ~/.config/dconf/user to user.bak, do a log out/in & see
    (to restore old user file then rename the new user file to user.bak1 or delete & rename user.bak to user
    I know, I only wanted to prevent such kind of answers...
    We'll see...

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