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  • Linux 6.1 Change Aims To Auto-Detect Logitech HID++ High Resolution Scrolling Support

    Phoronix: Linux 6.1 Change Aims To Auto-Detect Logitech HID++ High Resolution Scrolling Support

    Currently Linux's Logitech HID++ driver "hid-logitech-hidpp" relies on a static list of device quirks for indicating which Logitech mice support high resolution scrolling. With the upcoming Linux 6.1 kernel, the plan is to change that list of devices/quirks and to automatically determine if a device supports high resolution scrolling...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-...-Hi-Res-Scroll

  • #2
    Wayland supports this now? But my mouse still does not scroll smooth.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Chugworth View Post
      Wayland supports this now? But my mouse still does not scroll smooth.
      While it is technically merged into wayland, it won't work on wlroots just yet - there is a merged PR, but wlroots hasn't had a new release yet.

      I'm not sure about KDE or Gnome though

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      • #4
        Is this related to the issue that the scroll wheel get very slow suddenly after inactivity? I keep turning my M720 on and off twice a week or so to restore regular scrolling behavior.

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        • #5
          Ffs, finally. I complained of this a year ago and everyone else was like "my mouse is working fine for me".

          GNome dropped support for adjusting scroll.

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          • #6
            The current approach of effectively white-listing devices that support HID++ high resolution scrolling...
            Sorry to nitpick on the choice of semantics here, but perhaps you can consider following Inclusive Naming conventions. Thanks.

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