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Disconnect the Logitech trackball mouse from the computer. Wipe the exterior of the mouse with a soft, lint-free cloth. Gently rub the top, bottom and scroll wheel of the mouse with the cloth to remove dust. Moisten a cotton swab with rubbing alcohol. Turn the mouse Logitech Marble Mouse and wipe the area around the lens and LED. Do not allow excess moisture to enter the mouse.

Dry the area with a clean cotton swab or cloth. Locate the small gap between the trackball and the casing on the bottom of the mouse. Push your finger into this gap to pop out the trackball.


If you can't fit your finger into the Logitech Marble Mouse, push it out with the eraser end of a pencil. Catch the trackball when it falls out of the mouse. Dropping the trackball may dent it, causing erratic mouse cursor movement.

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The default setting for middle-button-enabled in Gnome is false. Since Gnome settings are applied after xorg settings, this results in middle button emulation disabled.


To fix this, run the following in a terminal: For a GUI alternative to gsettings, install the dconf-tools package and run dconf-editor. The setting can be found at Logitech Marble Mouse Example Configuration 3, forgo "Back" button This example yields: Left Button - Normal left mouse button. Back Button - Normal middle mouse button. Forward Button - Single click results 'next'. Press and hold scrolls with the trackball vertically. Logitech Marble Mouse Button - Normal right mouse button.

Logitech Trackman Marble Mouse USB

Forward Button - Scroll freely with the trackball, both horizontally and vertically. Option "ButtonMapping" "1 8 3 4 5 6 7 2 9" Ubuntu 9. After making configuration changes, restart X or reboot the computer. Logitech Marble Mouse

Make the script executable: Only use one method or the other. This is particularly problematic if you want one of the small buttons to serve as middle click. A simple Logitech Marble Mouse is to remap what you need via xmodmap.

Logitech Marble Mouse an example, let's map the small left button as middle click. Save this in your. If you'd like to use the small right button as middle click, swap 2 and 9 instead. Xmodmap file will be loaded next time you log in. To run it manually, run: Xmodmap Using xmodmap affects all mice you have plugged in, an alternative is to use xinput to remap the buttons just for the device you specify.

For fluxbox and similar window mangers the command below would map the trackball for left handed use. The large button on the right would be left click, the large button on the left would be right click, the small button on the right would function as a middle button, and the small button on the left would function as the scroll. This is filed as http: A workaround Logitech Marble Mouse disabling the mouse plugin of gnome-settings-daemon is described at http: In my case MacBook Pro 5,4 using the bcm touchpad module I had to reboot once after applying the workaround to make it stick.


After this, I could change the settings as expected by editing the HAL fdi file and restarting HAL some settings may need a module reload, too. Questions about your Marble Mouse? We've got the answers, videos, downloads and information you need. Search for articles or select a topic Logitech Marble Mouse to get. Marble Mouse Support. Register Your Product. To get the best customer care, product tips and more · Getting Started. Our top tips and questions to get you.

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