[PlanetCCRMA] FC10/Ardour/Mouse Scroll Wheel Problem

Felix Pfeifer pfeifer.felix at googlemail.com
Fri Sep 18 03:23:25 PDT 2009

Hi Jay,

did you try gconf-editor? You can change any gnome
settings there. Maybe you have to yum install gconf-editor.


2009/9/18 Jay Stanley <beansboy at yahoo.com>:
> I have seen in more recent window managers (ie gnome), that when your focus is on the desktop itself, the scroll-wheel is bound to a command to cause the window manager to switch you to the next 'screen'.  In other words, your applications are not disappearing, you have moved your view to a screen in which there are no applications running/showing.
> Unlike standard M$ windows, the gnome window manager provides you from 2 to however many you like separate screens.  At the bottom of your screen you may see a little icon on the right which represents where you are in your list of screens.  You can click on the screen that you like to move around.
> It should be possible to disable this scroll-wheel key binding; however, when I look at System/Preferences/Keyboard shortcuts or ./Mouse, I don't see any options to change this.
> Hope this helps..
> -jay
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