Re: Wheel mouse under X.
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- Subject: [mg18484] Re: Wheel mouse under X.
- From: paulh at wolfram.com (P.J. Hinton)
- Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 23:08:43 -0400
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In article <7luhai$kc0 at smc.vnet.net>, Gadi Oron <oron at manet.pmmh.espci.fr> writes:
> I am trying to configure my Mathematica X (linux) frontend so it will scroll the
> notebook when I use the wheel in my wheel-mouse.
> I couldn't find any info about this either in the newsgroups or at WRI
> In fact, the only detail I need is the name of the X windows function used
> in Mathematica rontend to scroll the window up/down, it would be easy then to
> change the defaults in the
> Does anybody (if one of the X Frontend in WRI reads this...) knows what
> is these functions names? Should be something like ScrollUp() or
I am not the developer of the X front end, but I have worked with it long
enough to be familiar with its arcana.
To do what you describe under most X applications, one would need to
find the event associated with the wheel on your mouse. Then an override
resource setting mapping this event to a scrolling function would need
to be added to an X resource file such as XMathematica or .Xdefaults.
The Mathematica X front end, with version 3.0 and later, allows only a small
set of events to be altered this way. They are listed in the XMathematica file.
<Btn1Down>,<Btn1Up>: selection-put() \n\
<Btn2Down>: selection-get() \n\
<KeyPress>osfPaste: paste-from-clipboard() \n\
There are no other events that can be mapped this way.
Mathematica Programming Group paulh at wolfram.com
Wolfram Research, Inc.
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