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Old 01-08-2002
Question Mouse settings

How do I change the mouse pointer speed settings in Unix. I know in Windows there is the option to change the pointer speed.
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Old 01-08-2002
It matters what your OS is. Please provide what operating system you are using and what type of GUI interface.

If Solaris and CDE, right click the mouse when on the background - click Tools - Sytle Manager - Mouse.
Solaris and Openwin - right click mouse on background - choose Properties. In new window (Workspace Properties) click on tab next to color. Choose mouse.

If RedHat and Gnome - Click on the foot, go to Settings, Peripherals, and mouse.

If not either of these, let us know which OS and GUI
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Old 01-08-2002
Bug Mouse Seetings

Thanks for the info. You have saved my life. I also am using AIX running X Windows. Do you have the settings for that OS. Thanks Again!
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Old 01-08-2002
Sorry, haven't worked on AIX for some time now but IBM has great documentation both online on the system and on the web.
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