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May
21
comment Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
@Fabby the result of synclient is this
May
17
awarded  Promoter
May
8
comment Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
No options for autocomplete. Also, I'm using unity, does that makes any difference?
May
8
comment Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
That package doesn't exist
May
6
comment Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
It is empty when I go to Input Devices
May
6
comment Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
I installed it, but it doesn't have the options. See the image above.
May
6
revised Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
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May
6
awarded  Editor
May
6
comment Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
Yes, sensitive. And there is no configuration there for the mouse.
May
6
revised Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
added 1 character in body; edited title
May
5
asked Logitech M560 scrolling is more sensitive in 15.04
Apr
20
comment Keyboard shortcut for “open a terminal here”
There is no need to log out and in again. A simple nautilus -q does the job.
Apr
17
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
24
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
30
awarded  Critic
Sep
30
comment How to change the default highlighting of gedit for a specific extension
Is there a more nicely way of doing it. Like configure the precedence of the languages, instead of disabling octave?
Sep
27
asked How to change the default highlighting of gedit for a specific extension
Sep
5
asked How to configure a second monitor using DisplayLink on Ubuntu 13.04
Sep
3
awarded  Student