On Sat, 2007-07-21 at 01:42 +0200, Nikola Lecic wrote: > I think that then middle (wheel) click doesn't work; if it does, then
The middle click does work! However there is no middle key on thinkpad track-point, thus it means at least some signal cannot be produced by track-point is delivered to FreeBSD. > just copy Ubuntu xorg.conf entry or check if trackpoint and external > ps/2 mouse use different /dev. Unfortunately it seems in dmesg only psm0 is discovered. dmesg attached > > Mouse section of xorg seems to be correct, and I think it's not useful > > to tweak X configuration if moused cannot by itself detect mouse wheel > > movement. > > > > Section "InputDevice" > > Identifier "Mouse0" > > Driver "mouse" > > Option "Protocol" "auto" > > Option "Device" "/dev/sysmouse" > > Option "Buttons" "5" > > Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5" > > EndSection > > Generally, using two parallel mouse devices calls for two separate > InputDevice mouse entries and for SendCoreEvents option. Yes, if track-point and PS/2 have been discovered as two devices. > Please read this page: > > http://salisburys.net/PetersNotes-TW.html > (choose "External mouse wheels and wheel emulation...") Very smart:) > > and consider experimenting with this: > > http://tpctl.sourceforge.net > > It doesn't seem ported, but they claim it runs on *BSD. Read the man > page, --setup-pointing-device* options could maybe solve the problem. compile failed with a lot of error messages. I'll try the good old PS2.EXE later on DOS. Thanks for all the info and help:) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"