My SSD drive died exactly the day the Leap 15 was release. (What are the odds?) So, I installed a new SSD and downloaded and installed the ISO for Leap 15. No problems at all until I used Leap 15 to swap my mouse buttons to Left-Handed. It swapped about half of the buttons/action to left-handed, but left the other half right handed. So, I’m never sure what button to push for any action. (No, I have mapped it yet.) It’s too frustrating to use. I never know what button to push. I don’t see any forum messages that anyone else is having the same problem, so I’m not sure anyone will be looking into it. That pretty much leaves me with finding a real left-handed mouse - which isn’t easy.
Anyone else having this problem? Any idea of a temporary or long-term fix for it?
Which desktop environment? I’ve only ever owned basic mice and although I’m left-handed I only use them right-handed, but I’ve never had a problem with the KDE utility for switching (testing purposes only). If you have an ‘exotic’ mouse, probably only button mapping is going to help here.
My left-handed mouse worked fine until Leap 15. I have a right-handed mouse for my wife’s login and a left-handed mouse configuration for my login. No problems until Leap 15. Absolutely nothing “exotic” about our ROCCAT Kova (setup as left-handed) or the Logitech (setup as right-handed). I have no idea what changed moving up to 15, but it’s broken.