#559 Mouse Sensitivity preference not properly loaded at boot

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nobody
lxinput (11)
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2012-12-29
2012-12-29
Anonymous
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I have a rather "fast" trackball mouse, so I have to lower the Mouse Sensitivity to about 32 for it to be usable. After rebooting the machine and logging in, my mouse cursor is back to moving way too fast. When I open Input Device Preferences, it still shows 32 for sensitivity. If I drag the Sensitivity slider around a bit, the mouse sensitivity is fixed (but resets again when I reboot).

Steps:
1) Use Input Device Preferences to set Mouse Sensitivity to something noticeably different
2) Click OK
3) Reboot the machine
4) Move the mouse around

Actual: The cursor moves at the default speed (your setting has not been applied)
Expected: The cursor will move at the modified speed (taking your setting into account)

Notes:
I see that ~/.config/lxsession/Lubuntu/desktop.conf has "AccFactor", "AccThreshold", and "LeftHanded" under the "[Mouse]" section, but nothing for sensitivity -- should the sensitivity value be saved in here?

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    Anonymous - 2012-12-29

    My desktop.conf file (note the lack of Sensitivity setting)

     
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    Anonymous - 2012-12-29

    My lxinput version is 0.3.2-1

     
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    Anonymous - 2012-12-29

    Hm...I played with this some more, and I can no longer reproduce the problem. Never mind.

     
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    Anonymous - 2012-12-29
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