Creating script to remove acceleration

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Creating script to remove acceleration

Postby JackieRobinson on Fri Jul 27, 2012 11:25 pm

Hello,

I want to permanently remove mouse accelleration

I know how to remove it through terminal but that doesn't remain after boot (I don't think).

So, here's my newbie question: How do I turn a gedit text file into a script that runs on boot? What do I name it and where do I put it on the system?

This is my script:

#!/bin/bash
#wait for the desktop to settle
sleep 5
# turn off mouse acceleration
xinput set-prop 'SteelSeries Kinzu' 'Evdev Middle Button Emulation' 0
xinput set-prop 'SteelSeries Kinzu' 'Device Accel Profile' -1
xinput set-prop 'SteelSeries Kinzu' 'Device Accel Velocity Scaling' 1

Cheers :)

Jack
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Re: Creating script to remove acceleration

Postby xenopeek on Sat Jul 28, 2012 5:36 am

Moved your topic here, as it is about scripting.

Easiest way is to mark the file executable (in your file manager, right-click the file and select Properties > Permissions > Allow executing file as program), and then add it in the Startup Applications program. As the command for the new entry in Startup Applications, give it the full path to your file. So something like:
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/home/jack/Documents/Scripts/nomouseaccel.bash
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Re: Creating script to remove acceleration

Postby JackieRobinson on Sat Jul 28, 2012 7:33 am

Thanks Vincent,

I got it working

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