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Then you need to do "xmodmap -e "pointer 1236745".
I have added the following lines to my .xinitrc file to make this run when i start x.
xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 2 3 6 7 4 5"
Once you have verified that your wheel works you can test to see if the extra buttons are seen by X with "xev" (place the pointer in the square and click the buttons to see the events).
Next you need to download and install imwheel (1.0.0pre1) and create .imwheelrc in your home directory with the following,