Would love to see similar feature in Gnome as it will be default desktop
for Ubuntu soon.
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[enhancement] Ubuntu needs a way to set mouse wheel scrolling speed
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This has been driving me nuts for a while now. The scroll wheel on my
desktop mouse (it's an MS wireless optical mouse model 1008) scrolls
rather fast. Instead of moving a few lines, it scrolls half a page or
more with a very gentle scroll. The bluetooth mouse I use with my
laptop does not do this so it's probably somewhat hardware specific.
However, I'm wondering if there is a way to modify the speed or
sensitivity. I found an answer here from about a year ago
(https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/1339) that suggests
there isn't a way but I'm wondering if anything has changed since
then. I've also skimmed through synaptic but didn't see anything
promising (like gsynaptic for touchpads).
See https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/9200 for more
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