imwheel

Program to support non-standard buttons on mice in Linux
  http://imwheel.sourceforge.net
  -3
  4 reviews



Many mice have side or "thumb" buttons that see limited use in Linux, as well as a wheel that is not used by many older applications.

IMWheel supports these non-standard buttons and/or wheel operations by allowing the user to map their input to specific key combinations depending on the application in use.
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nekeke 7 months ago

Same for me as mikael: Can't find it in settings or any places in the GUI. If I click Start in the App Manager, it also doesnt start.

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mikael 1 year ago

Cant find it in settings or any places in the GUI. If I click Start in the App Manager, it also doesnt start.

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BossManCometh 1 year ago

No problems for me, does exactly what I wanted. Helpful instructions here - https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/IMWheel and from -h

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mcoumans 11 years ago

Managed to semi-crash my system (CPU 100%), with some interaction with Xorg 1.7. Replaced by BTNX: no more problems.