Changing sensitivity; ligthdm login screen

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I use lightdm and the mouse sensitivity on the login screen is way too high. I wrote this shell script to execute on startup and turn down the sensitivity:


xinput --set-prop "Logitech Wireless Receiver Mouse" "libinput Accel Speed" -1

I know the script works as when I execute it in a terminal after logging in, It turns the sensitivity down; But on the lightdm login screen, The sensitivity does not change.

I added the path to this script in /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf on line 76:


Any help is Appreciated!


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