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Mon, 03 Apr 2017 14:50:49 +0900 (JST)
>> My environment with one-click 75-lines is show below.
>> - Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
>> - MacOS 10.9.5
>> - Logitech Control Center 3.9.0.
>> - Speed: Slow
>> - Acceleration: Middle
>> Its wheel is similar to Logitech Performance MX mouse as described by
>> Kaushal. It seems that `one-click' on the device generates several
>> `typical one-click’ considering velocity.
> Isn't it expected that such special mice need non-default
> customizations of the related Emacs features? IOW, why non-default
> values that give good results for these mice would be good for the
> rest of the users, _as_defaults_?
I did not notice if I am using special since that works well with
other applications. Regardless of my understanding, it took 3 years
to find how to teak. It is good to have the tips in Info to scroll
(2) Touchpad and Trackbar
Using touchpad or trackbar on laptop computers, I think that defaults
scroll too fast, especially by trackbar. Don't you think so?
I use following laptop computers as well.
- MacOS 10.9.5 on MacBook Air 13-inch, Mid 2011
- Windows 10 on Lenovo X260
Laptop computers without mouse are common. I wonder if unusable on
laptop computers without mouse beats inconvenience on desktop
computers with mouse.
No matter who has a priority, it is good to have the tips in Info for
those who think Emacs scrolls too fast.