Change the acceleration and sensitivity of your touchpad, mouse, and scrollwheel. Map extra keys using xorg config or Solaar.
This is definitely the way to go if it meets your needs.
It is simple and takes maybe a minute to set and test. Use
SystemSettings > Input Devices > Mouse > Advanced
and then increase mouse wheel scroll by setting. Apply and test until your
are happy with the results.
Touchpad settings are shown below for your reference.
Please see the excellent reference video which shows how to use imwheel to increase mousewheel speed and button mapping. Remember to create an autostart file to apply your settings between logins.
This document shows how to modify the scroll wheel on the Zowie EC2-a and should be instructive for people with similar models.
Marblemouse support is provided through an Xorg configuration (see
Other devices may be configured in a similar fashion. See the execellent
Arch Linux guide. You may wish to search for an xorg.conf.d file for
your specific mouse device.
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