program to support non-standard buttons on mice in Linux
Many mice have side or "thumb" buttons that see limited use in Linux, as well
as a wheel that is not used by many older applications.
IMWheel supports these non-standard buttons and/or wheel operations by
allowing the user to map their input to specific key combinations depending
on the application in use.
Debian IMWheel Notes
* Need the full documentation? Read the manpage ("man imwheel").
* Other IMWheel utilities:
- Other utilities shipped with IMWheel (getmdt, mdetect, mdumpsee, setimps2,
setmmplus) are located in /usr/lib/imwheel.
* Starting IMWheel:
- IMWheel can be started from ~/.xsession, or by using your desktop
environment's particular startup script
imwheel (1.0.0pre12-8) unstable; urgency=low
* This upload changes the default IMwheel button-spec (the '-b' option) in
/etc/X11/imwheel/startup.conf. This was done to make IMWheel's default
configuration logically match the latest X.Org mouse button numbering
scheme. If IMWheel is configured to your liking, there is no need to let
dpkg overwrite your files. If you do proceed wi
imwheel - a mouse wheel and button interpreter for X Windows
imwheel [ options ]
IMWheel is a universal mouse wheel and button translator for
the X Windows System. Utilizing the input from X Windows,
imwheel translates mouse wheel and mouse button actions int
imwheel (1.0.0pre12-9) unstable; urgency=low
* Bump standards-version to 3.8.4, and debhelper com
deprecate -p to do nothing, except print a message.
scan /proc/[0-9]*/stat for imwheel
This package was debianized by Tom Lees <email@example.com>. It was
then maintained by Amaya Rodrigo Sa
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