Hi, I got my 12th gen yesterday. I’m trying out Fedora for a bit at first but having a few problems. One of them is that I find the touchpad scrolling is quicker than I like. How can I change the scroll speed? I’ve only been able to find a setting that changes the actual cursor speed.
This doesn’t change it systemwide, but since I do most of my scrolling in Firefox, I applied a fix there. Go to about:config and change mousewheel.min_line_scroll_amount to 60. You can change the number higher or lower depending on your tastes. I think there’s extensions that do the same for chrome-based browsers as well.
This is a common problem with GNOME. For now, there’s a fix which intercepts libinput functionalities: Kirby Kevinson / libinput-config · GitLab
scroll-factor=0.2 seems to be suitable.
The extension for chromium based browsers (that I use) would be this.
It’s pretty cool as you can change it sandboxed from your OS so if you like your articles to scroll a bit faster you can do that!
Yeah I have the same Issue sadly.
So I came across an quick solution on Reddit, for Firefox, you can go to about:config, and select “mousewheel.default.delta_multiplier_y”. I set my value to 20 and its works great for me.
I remember this is a issue with wayland