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Re: left button on 3225HS

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  • liebold1
    Learn to double tap on the pad instead of using the left button. down up down and stay down and drag. for long drags you just do it twice, or you can enable
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 1, 2004
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      Learn to double tap on the pad instead of using the left button.
      down up down and stay down and drag. for long drags you just do it
      twice, or you can enable locking drags in the control panel under
      mouse settings.


      --- In Sotec_Averatec_Notebook@yahoogroups.com, "jamiejordan1"
      <jamiejordan1@y...> wrote:
      > I have to mash that button to keep it holding onto to whatever I've
      > selected. Any little change in pressure and the clicker button
      might
      > select and/or drag the wrong thing. Is there anyway to help from
      > putting 50lbs of pressure on that button to keep it activated? My
      > thumb is going to get arthritis if this doesn't get fixed or I
      don't
      > get a separate mouse.
      >
      > Jamie
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