Fedora Hardware :: Logitech Marble Mouse - No Scroll Wheel

Sep 6, 2010

I Have Fedora 12 and use the Logitech Marble mouse.

This mouse has no scroll wheel, instead it has two buttons one to scroll up and another to scroll down.

Instead of the usual scrolling, the buttons are acting as if I had clicked the back or forward buttons on the browser.

How can I map the buttons to function as intended?

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Here is my xorg.conf on Fedora 15 now(which is default):

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