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Old 07-17-2004, 03:53 PM   #1
Captain Harlock
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Registered: Jun 2004
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Memorex MX3300 keyboard mapping


I'm running Debian testing/unstable with KDE 3.2.
I recently bought a Memorex MX3300 keyboard with all sorts of multimedia keys (which I'll probably never use) and it also has a scroll wheel on the left. I was wondering how I could map the scroll wheel to act like the scroll wheel on my mouse. When running xev the scroll comes up as keycode 139 when scrolling both up and down. Also when I scroll up the time continues to go by like a key being held down, but acts like a single keystroke when scrolling down.
Also I'd like to know how to properly create an .Xmodmap (I know it goes along with key binding). I apparently don't have one and I'm still a little confused after reading the man file.
 
  


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