Questions tagged as ['xinput']
I faced a problem after a couple of days that my malfunctioned touchscreen was on unexpectedly, despite setting
MatchIsTouchscreen "off" at
How to make it disabled just like Ubuntu 20 and the older versions?
I have long been used to the keyboard and touchpad design, and the Trackpoint on my new laptop is pretty much useless due to my existing habits.
Is there a way to make the Trackpoint directly scroll without pressing the middle mouse button on Ubuntu 18.04.5?
I have tried searching online but with no results.
xinput --list-props doesn't have such an option. I think I might need a script or some other ...
I have a Kensington Expert Mouse Trackball I am using on Ubuntu. It was a 'plug-and-play' set up so everything is working as expected. Although, I did notice the scroll speed using the scroll ring is a little slow for my liking.
I looked into the xinput command and that looks simple enough, but my question is: Which one of these commands do I need to adjust to increase the speed of the scroll ring?
I have a faulty point stick on my old Dell latitude E6500 running Ubuntu 20.04. I have a temporary fix where I run
xinput --disable *device id*, which works great but I have to run this every time I startup the computer.
I know I could use the Startup Applications to run the command every time the computer starts up but the issue with that is the device id always changes.
example when I run
I have installed Tweaks and turned Middle Click Paste off. That doesn't help.
I have also followed all of the recommendations in these posts:
However, I can't get it disabled. It's a very annoying behaviour, in my opinion, and I can't see why it's so hard to get rid of it. Seems like a huge bug.
$ xinput list ⎡ Virtual core pointer ...
It happened before with other systems, and I even tested changing some parts of the input driver. The problem is: My system sometimes decide to mess with my keyboard and some keys stop working (and then start working again). The keys: z, x, c, v, m, right shift, enter, ,, . and ;. The capitalized versions of them are even worse to type in. I thought that my keyboard was broken, but then I tried to type: ...