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  1. #1
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    mouse control

    As with most Lenovo laptops, my x120e has a stick and a touch pad mouse's.

    Each has their own set of buttons.

    I primarily use the stick to navigate around, and the touch pad for scrolling.

    However, I never use the touch pad buttons, and most often accidentally hit them with parts of myself I wont describe here.

    The mouse control software in Windows does let me do such a thing, but can I do so in Linux somehow?

    Thanks!
    m1ke_l
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    Normally just the same. Any problem with a mouse via a USB port?
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    No, everything works fine...I would just like to disable the second set of buttons.
    m1ke_l
    Lenovo x120e (gave my wife the Asus 1015N)http://justlinux.com/forum/showthrea...hreadid=153955
    Fedora 16 (but I haven't settled yet)
    8gigs of RAM (in a NETBOOK!!)
    Boston, MA USA/Wondering

    My dad's website (he'll love the traffic) http://www.cafephotos.net/

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