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Re: [SLE] R: [SLE] MS Intelli-mouse
- From: alex@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Alex Angerhofer)
- Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1999 23:32:48 -0400 (EDT)
- Message-id: <199909070332.XAA12977@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Would you mind if I had a look at your startup scripts?
> Yes... I mean, noo, absolutely... at your service. Here is my /etc/XF86Config file, gzipped for
> the occasion, that is the only one system file I had to change manually (for sake of precision, the
> voice 'Pointers'...) ... as said before, I run imwheel by adding a link in the autostart folder to
> 'imwheel -k'; this way, each time I run kdm it's started... If you need to see any other of my
> files, tell me, I haven't secrets for you guys!! ;-)
Let me show my ignorance: where is the autostart folder and how did you make the link to
'imwheel -k'? I have to admit that I am fairly ignorant about how window managers and in particular
Anyway, I found out that /sbin/init.d/boot.local is _not_ the right place for 'imwheel -k'.
I have it now at the end of /opt/kde/bin/startkde just before 'exec kwm' and it seems to work
fine whenever I start up kde (this was suggested by someone in a previous post to this thread).
There is one glitch that I found in the documentation, though. If you follow the instructions for
setting it up with emacs you may end up getting not the desired result (at least not the one I
desired). The suggested entries in the .imwheelrc file will actually allow you to scroll in
emacs only when you press the left shift button. I threw out the .imwheelrc file and just put
the suggested lines into my .emacs file and now it looks pretty neat, allows me to scroll and all.
> Maybe it would be better to continue this privately... I don't think sooo many people are
> interested in my config files... ;)
Well, maybe more than you think. I looked over your XF86Config file and the mouse entries are
the same as in mine.
Ciao e salutami la bella Italia, Alex.
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