Reduce mouse sensitivity (Ubuntu 15.04)

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3 hours ago

Didn't have that problem with 14.10 but on a fresh install of 15.04 (Asus N550JV), I found the scrolling button WAY too sensitive.

With the touchpad actived or deactivated, it makes no difference, scrolling precisely with the mouse is awful and just impossible. The mouse is a Logitech M560. It is a few months old and had no trouble on 14.10 and doesn't have any trouble either on W8 (dual boot).

I checked the system settings but there is nothing to set the mouse scrolling speed (but there is a slider for the mouse double click speed and another one for the cursor speed on the touchpad).

Any help appreciated, thank you guys.

Eric

Answer: 2

36 hours ago

Okay. It's fixed now.

I read somewhere on askubuntu (sorry didn't save the link :p) there is a known issue with some logitech devices using the unifying receiver. I read that some users fixed some issues changing the usb port the receiver was plugged in. It did not work for me. But what worked was to turn off and back on the mouse lol

And for those who still have some issues, there is also an application that might help (specifically for logitech devices using unifying receivers), it's called solaar. Here is the link: http://pwr.github.io/Solaar/

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