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I have the MX1000 mouse from logitech and I followed the guide on ubunutu forums to get all the buttons working. The buttons give some input, but I can't bind them in games in games or in teamspeak. In enemy territory, they all get picked up as KP_= and Teamspeak blinks when I press them, but it doesn't let me bind them. So I would like some help binding them to some out of the way keyboard buttons to ensure detection in game. I have the AMD64 version of kubuntu linux.
I was looking to bind the 3 thumb buttons and the scroll buttons(not the wheel).
I also found the following useful in getting my tiltwheel working http://katze-mit-wut.azundris.com/in...ml&serendipity , both on my touchpad middle north-East-South-west button and on the MX1000 0nly my adjustyments in Firefox mean that the side (thumb) buttons forward and back scroll a page horizontally rather than the tiltwheel!