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Old 01-26-2013, 10:13 PM   #1
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Rolling up windows with mouse wheel in ubuntu 12.10 with gnome 3.6


I'm using gnome with Ubuntu, and I can't remember if it was unity or a previous distro where I could use the mouse wheel to "roll up" windows. I've tried gconf, dconf, and Ubuntu tweak to no avail. Is there any way I can configure this?
 
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