This is a known bug in Tk that prevents this on Windows. The obvious Tk code causes a hard crash in the Python dll: it's the only time Leo has taken such a hard crash. The UniversalScrolling plugin is an attempt at a workaround. Scrolling with the mouse wheel may be possible on Linux. See the code in createTkTreeCanvas in leoTkinterFrame.py
Thinstation FAQ ::
Assuming the server and the server software application supports the scroll wheel, all you have to do is to change one line in the thinstation.conf:
By default, baudline automatically supports the scroll wheel for sliding vertical scroll bars. Holding down the <Alt> hotkey transforms a move action in a zoom action. Used with the <shift> key modifier the vertical direction changes to the horizontal direction. If you haven't already done so, your X11 server will need to be configured to work with the scroll wheel by adding ZAxisMapping information. If you are using a 3.3.
UT Physics Linux FAQ
Support for the Microsoft Intellimouse is enabled in our X Windows setup by default; however, you must configure a few extra options in your ~/.Xdefaults file in order to get it to work with some applications (such as Netscape). You can find the text to be added on the Colas Nahaboo X mouse wheel scroll page. Simply copy the text for the application program(s) you require, paste it into your ~/.
FAQ - Evolution
You have Caret Mode enabled. Click on View -> Caret Mode or simply press <F7> key to disable it.
Frequently Asked Questions - Games - http://maxpages.com/rol...
You must make sure that before you start the game, all floating task bars (Like Office'97 etc.) are closed down. These can interfere with RCT.
Frequently Asked Questions for FreeBSD 2.X, 3.X and 4.X
The answer is, unfortunately, ''It depends''. These mice with additional features require specialized driver in most cases. Unless the mouse device driver or the user program has specific support for the mouse, it will act just like a standard two, or three button mouse.
EADS N.V. - FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
To date, there’s no “genuine” mouse wheel support in Geogrid products. Operation of the mouse wheel is purely coincidental, depending on the mouse driver installed. The next version of Geogrid (e.g. in the Top50 Version 5) will include scrolling with the mouse wheel and the “hand symbol” for moving the map.
Schedule-HR Software Technologies. - Frequently Asked Questi...
Yes! Schedule-HR will work with a wheel mouse; just make sure you install the software that was provided with your mouse.
The Arch Linux FAQ
In most cases you only need to add Option ''ZAxisMapping'' ''4 5'' to the InputDevice section of your XF86Config. If that does not do the trick, try this6link for more resources and instructions. You upgraded to XFree 4.3.0 or higher. Run fc-cache as root to (re)build the font cache, and things should be fine. I'd recommend getting the latest self-installing driver package from http://www.nvidia.com and read the official README thoroughly as most problems are handled in it.
Linux Gamers' FAQ
Make sure you're using the proper protocol for your mouse, most of the new optical mice use the "IMPS/2" protocol. As defined by your xorg.conf's InputDevice section. The instructions for the next answer won't work if the proper protocol isn't being used. If you're using XFree86 version 4.x, or X.Org at all, put this in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf (or XF86Config): It's pretty simple. Change your mouse configuration section in XF86Config or xorg.
FreeBSD Documentation - Chapter 11 The X Window System and V...
Yes. But you need to customize X client programs. See Colas Nahaboo's web page (http://www.inria.fr/koala/colas/mouse-wheel-scroll/) . The imwheel program works by translating mouse button 4 and mouse button 5 events into key events. Thus, you have to get the mouse driver to translate mouse wheel events to button 4 and 5 events. There are two ways of doing this, the first way is to have moused(8) do the translation. The second way is for the X server itself to do the event translation.
Slackware-FAQ - LQWiki
In X, a scroll wheel counts as three buttons - up is one, down is another. Clicking the wheel is a third button. You then just need to add these two lines under the mouse section (usually 'Identifier "Mouse1"' or something similar). For a 7 button mouse, you also need to create the file /etc/X11/xinit/.Xmodmap and put the following in it for the wheel to be mapped onto the right buttons:
Frequently Asked Questions for FreeBSD 2.X, 3.X and 4.X
The PS/2 mouse driver psm in FreeBSD versions 3.2 or earlier has difficulty with some wheel mice, including Logitech model M-S48 and its OEM siblings. Apply the following patch to /sys/i386/isa/psm.c and rebuild the kernel. Index: psm.c =================================================================== RCS file: /src/CVS/src/sys/i386/isa/Attic/psm.c,v retrieving revision 18.104.22.168 retrieving revision 22.214.171.124 diff -u -r126.96.36.199 -r188.8.131.52 --- psm.c 1999/06/03 12:41:13 184.108.40.206 +++ psm.
I have a mouse with a scrollwheel. Where can i set that the scrollwheel lets you scroll up and down?Faq - GoboLinux Knowledge Base
This is a bug in 011: the X settings detected for the LiveCD are not being copied to the installation. You can copy the X configuration file (/Programs/Xorg/Settings/X11/XF86Config or xorg.conf) from the LiveCD and overwrite the one in the hard disk. Wheel support is controlled by the ZAxisMapping variable.
MoGo Mouse Home
The currently released mouse does not and will not have a scroll feature. We are working to release a next generation product that will have a scroll feature. Please check the website for updates.
Frequently Asked Questions - Window Cleaning Business - Sque...
A single pane of glass is defined by our company as any piece of glass incased on all four sides with either wood or metal. A pane includes both the inside and outside surfaces of the glass.
MT-NW Manual: Frequently Asked Questions
I'd like to report an error in MT-NewsWatcher. When I scroll to the bottom of a window, usually there's lots of extra white space at the bottom of the window. You've been playing with the preferences again, haven't you? You must have turned on the Scroll by whole pages preference. This is a feature. When you scroll down by a page, MT-NewsWatcher always makes the previous bottom line in the window the new top line in the window, even at the end of the text or list.