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  • Sick of the trolls that have nothing better than to downvote questions. I thought this was the go-to for help, guess not. See if I ever help out with suggestions again. I'll figure it out myself.

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comment Gaming Mouse Recommendations
Sick of the trolls that have nothing better than to downvote questions. I thought this was the go-to for help, guess not. See if I ever help out with suggestions again. I'll figure it out myself.
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comment Gaming Mouse Recommendations
Downvotes? Really?
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Removed G105 Keyboard, settings were lost after reboot.
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Added G105 Keyboard
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comment Mousewheel of gaming mouse stopped working - how to reset / fix it?
So, the scroll-wheel works OK in Windows but not Linux?
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comment Mousewheel of gaming mouse stopped working - how to reset / fix it?
You will probably need to take the mouse apart and check and clean the optical sensor for the scrollwheel.
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comment Mousewheel of gaming mouse stopped working - how to reset / fix it?
Run xev in a terminal, anything show while scrolling? If not you might try cleaning the insides of the mouse.
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comment How can I send SMS from Ubuntu to cell phones?
Google Voice has text from web browser, both send and receive. google.com/voice So far it's been free.
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comment Gaming Mouse Recommendations
The first article is great! I'll be using Easystroke to set the buttons. Now all I need to know is the actual hardware compatibility.
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comment Gaming Mouse Recommendations
I have already tried to set a mouse that had 2 extra buttons to send keystrokes (It showed up using xev in a terminal) but every method I found here and on google failed. I didn't want to spend $80 on a mouse that won't work, so I asked here for mice that can be configured in Linux. I know the windows software that comes with the mouse isn't going to work, but being able to easily configure the buttons is desirable.