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Thread: Mouse wheel speed

  1. #1
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    Mouse wheel speed

    I installed an app for mouse wheel speed. Prior to installation, I had to make "mousewheel.sh" executable. After launching "Mousewheel.sh", I set the speed for “3” for my own preference. But when I restart Ubuntu, the setting for the mouse wheel speed is back to “1” again. Ubuntu doesn’t seem to retain the setting. Any idea on what to do so that I don’t have to keep setting the mouse wheel speed back to “3” each time I restart Ubuntu?

    Thanks.

  2. #2
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    Re: Mouse wheel speed

    If you have Gnome Tweaks installed you can specify your program to run automatically on startup (under Startup Applications).

  3. #3
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    Re: Mouse wheel speed

    This isn't working for you in Settings? (Not System Settings.) Maybe that built in control is overriding your program?

  4. #4
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    Re: Mouse wheel speed

    You only can add mousewheel.sh to your startup application and change the value manual, I don't think there is other solution

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