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Question We have been to the moon and back. So why can't I stop my mouse from pasting on middle click reliably?

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I have tried using Gnome Tweak, it doesn't do anything, nor did xinput for some reason. I don't know what is going on but I don't like it and it needs to change. Can we please just get a native way to stop from pasting with middle click, please?

It doesn't seem to matter if it's on or off, it still pastes anyways.

(Peek doesn't record the mouse cursor when making a gif, my bad)


Thanks,
-MH
 

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It definitely can be, from what I have seen other people say. The guy who made it said he can disable a few advanced features for my mouse and it will make it work (like dpi adjustment, and other things I don't really need), so we will see if he ever gets around to that. Otherwise, I might just get a new mouse that is fully compatible either with linux, or that application.
 

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The guy who made it said he can disable a few advanced features for my mouse and it will make it work
I hope that happens. Why pay for a new mouse if it can be made to work! Sometimes proprietary hardware just won't work with Linux, but it's nice when it does, right!
 

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