Followup notes on Solaris wheel mouse support

Jürgen Keil pointed out on the Solaris x86 mailing list that the wheelmaps syntax I covered earlier works with his driver as well and that you may need to override the number of buttons set by kdmconfig on Solaris x86 for certain customizations.

Someone posting as "fogh" on comp.unix.cde provided wheel mouse bindings for CDE's dtwm window manager. I never thought of using the mouse wheel to change workspaces, but that seems like a cool use of it.

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I am a 33 year old french physics engineer, nowadays working in analog IC design software support, located in the Netherlands, and my name is Frederic Oghdayan.
I post as fogh, but sometimes use other nicks. Just trying to avoid spam.
I found the wheel to be mostly a nice addon to the meta-F6 or alt-tab.

Posted by Frederic Oghdayan on September 15, 2004 at 10:22 PM PDT #

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