trackpoint (T480s) with libinput – How can I make middle button act like it does on a regular mouse?

I’m using T480s with Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS. I need to be be able to hold down middle mouse (*trackpad) button while moving the cursor around. However, by default Ubuntu is configured to use it for scrolling. I can disable it by setting libinput Scroll Methods Available to 0, 0, 0 with xinput. While it disables the MMB scrolling as expected, the non-standard clicking behaviour persists. Holding down the button is not recognized, instead it looks like the driver just emulates a MMB click on button’s release. I’ve tried messing around with xinput properties, but no luck so far.

How to assign custom action to mouse middle click (something like libinput-gestures for mouse)?

I am running Ubuntu 18.04.2 and I want to assign a cstom action to middle click of my mouse. How that can be done? for example libinput-gestures ( allows you to set custom actions to your trackpad gestures. Is there something like that for mouse also?

What ideas should be mastered to go from a junior to a middle skilled iOS developer? [on hold]

I taught myself how to develop iPhone apps and have been doing so for 5 years. My skill level (junior) is described here:

What ideas must I master to become a middle level developer? What resources would you recommend? Particular books to dive into would be very appreciated!

I’ve learned to code following this line of thinking: “if it works, it works.”

With this, I’ve built several apps from idea to production (some gaining 100k+ users) but as you can imagine, my code is messy.. or at least I think it is. I’ve worked on web apps (php, javascript) and iOS apps (objective-c and swift). Moreover, when I interview for iOS dev jobs, I feel a bad case of imposter syndrome. While juniors who’ve never shipped code that is used by people land jobs, I don’t pass any interviews.

I want to cross the junior to middle skill matrix. What must I learn to do so? Ideas I know I am no expert is so far are: architecture, testing and documentation. What else?

Make Nintex form in middle of the page

I designed a Nintex form and want to place it in the middle of the page.

I followed below steps

  • Edit the form
  • Click on Settings (Top Menu)
  • Expand Custom CSS

and tried

.nf-Formfiller{ text-align: center; }‍‍‍


#contentBox { display: table; margin: 0 auto; }

and also

.nf-non-dialog-outer {margin-right: 50%; margin-left: 50%;}

but nothing worked.

Please suggest

Is there any way to prevent a man in the middle attack on a public network, but using a trusted device?

For example, if I am using my personal laptop on a public wifi, and type in the website I want to go to that includes HTTPS, (lets assume can I reasonably trust that I’m establishing a secure encrypted connection with that website? Can a man in the middle compromise that kind of connection? I encounter this type of scenario all the time at hotels that have open wifis without passwords, and I’m always nervous.

Is it possible to launch man in the middle attacks on ip addresses connected to a different network than the attacker’s ip? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here:

  • Local AP – Outside Router MitM Attack? 2 answers

As the question stated, I am just wondering if there is a way to do this, perhaps using python or kali linux. I am trying to attack my raspberry pi that is on a different network than my pc (I have two home networks).

The law of excluded middle and decidability

I will divide my question in two parts. The first part I am sure that there is a objective answer, but I am not sure about the second part.

First part: Is it all (decisions) problems trivial to prove decidable after assuming the Law of Excluded Middle (LEM)? e.g. There is no problem hard to prove decidable after assuming LEM.

Second part: Does make any sense to agree with a non-constructive proof that a problem is decidable?