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Old 07-24-2007, 11:02 AM   #1
Registered: Aug 2004
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Compiz OpenSuse Mouse Mapping

Hey all,

I have opensuse 10.2, ATI x850 and compiz activated. I am having a strange problem though, the mouse mapping has changed. The only way for me to use the left mouse click is to hold down the control key or someother key with the click. This is kinda of a pain in web browsers if you can imagine.

Compiz seems to be working great except for the left mouse click issue, any suggestions? I did go through the compiz settings in opensuse but cannot find a mapping which is affecting this.

Also, scroll down works fine, but scroll up automatically Zooms. This should not unless I hit control + the scroll.... It seems their is a super key, what is that? Poop, this is screwy.


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