I suggest looking at the diff histories of the x11 packages in the arch packages.
From: "Dimitris Zervas" <dzervas(a)dzervas.gr>
Sent: 6/13/2014 7:29 PM
To: "General Discussion about Arch Linux" <arch-general(a)archlinux.org>
Subject: Re: [arch-general] Bring back the old X11 values
On June 13, 2014 8:37:59 PM EEST, Bigby James <bigby.james(a)crepcran.com> wrote:
>On 06/13, Dimitris Zervas wrote:
>> Not helping... :/
>The new mouse movement and keyboard repeat speeds aren't to your taste.
>want the old ones back. Questions:
>1) Do you know what the old settings were? Kind of moot to ask for help
>give such a vacuous response when help is offered, if you don't know
> settings are that have actually changed.
>2) Similarly, what's "not helping?" That response suggests that you
>you're looking for, and couldn't find it on those wiki pages. Yet if
>what you're looking for, you should already have an idea where to look
>3) If you're unsure of what the necessary settings actually are, how
>testing the current ones vs. the previous ones? No offense, but are you
> aren't imagining this?
>Folks need more to go on than this. Is the key repeat speed too fast?
>Do you use a custom keymap? I'm limiting my questions to the keyboard,
>changing mouse speed and sensitivity is usually trivial.
Yea, you're right.
As for the links provided I meant "The links are not help, 'cause I don't know the old values". Sorry for the misunderstanding.
The mouse is too slow (and sometimes, WAY too slow, if I make a small movement).
The key repeat is also slow.
I am asking for the old values of the mouse sensitivity/acceleration/etc and key repeat. Just how they were before the update.
I am not "imagining" (I thought of it too in the first place), because I get frustrated times that I really am focused on other things (ex. when copy/pasting code from one monitor to another)