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To scroll down, just move the pointer toward the bottom of the launcher. Conversely, to scroll up move the pointer toward the top of the launcher. Anything is possible, some things are easy.


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You may be referring to the touchpad. If so, Go to System Settings -> Mouse and Touchpad -> Touchpad tab -> Scrolling, click 'Disabled'


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I found that this answer helped me the most to change the scroll speed in both Firefox and Chromium: http://askubuntu.com/a/98881/309288 For Google Chrome One can no longer change the scroll amount with command line parameters. However, you can use this add-on extension: ...


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I use Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and the Microsoft Explorer Touch mouse is compatible! Horizontal and vertical scroll also. It also comes with PageUp/PageDown buttons on the scroll.


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As per https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticsTouchpad You can determine your input devices (not just touchpad), by using the command xinput From Terminal Using xinput First you want to see what number your device is labelled as. Use the command xinput list to see all of your devices. (You could probably shorten this to a command like xinput list ...


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You're right about Alt-F12, for toggling mouse mode on and off. As for scrolling in the Byobu, you'd need to enter scrollback mode, using F7.


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Open a new tab in your Firefox browser and type about:config. type mousewheel.min_line_scroll_amount in the search bar. Change the value from 5 to 60.



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