Linux: Setup Accelerated Scroll and AutoScroll
For those of you on Linux, there's no mouse wheel scroll acceleration. This is very painful. On social networking sites, often there's long pages. With accelerated scroll, you can get to the bottom in 4 fast swipes of the scroll wheel. Without, you have to do 20 pushes.
Worse, there's no autoscroll. That is, you can't middle click on a empty area and move mouse to pan the page.
Google Chrome Browser
Install a Extension for autoscroll.
There's many of them. But the first one i tried, and works fine, is this one: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/autoscroll/occjjkgifpmdgodlplnacmkejpdionan
Firefox: Set Mouse Wheel Scroll Speed
For Firefox, you can turn on Turn on Accelerated Scroll, and also turn on autoscroll. For how, see:
Best Solution: Get Logitech Mouse Spin Wheel
The best solution is to get Logitech mouse that comes with a wheel that can spin.
see Logitech Mouse with Spin Wheel
Linux Keybinding How-to
- Keyboard Software Guide
- Swap Control Alt Keys
- Set F2 F3 F4 to Cut Copy Paste
- CapsLock → Escape
- CapsLock → Home
- Shift Lock
- Key to Switch App
- Key Repeat Rate
- System Keyboard Layout
- Switch Keyboard Layout
- Change Volume
- Find Keyboard Key Scancode
- X11 Keyboard Key Names
- 2 Layouts for 2 Keyboards
- Chinese Input Setup
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