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Center Button Scroll Cursor

Center Button Scroll Cursor

Center Button Scroll Cursor

(OP)
Does anyone know how to make this work in a windows
directory like it does on a web page. It works at
home for me but not here at work...the IT guys are
stumped...

Dave

RE: Center Button Scroll Cursor

Are you talking about using the mouse wheel to scroll down the window in Explorer?

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RE: Center Button Scroll Cursor

(OP)
Well yes, the center click 4 axis cursor that works on web pages and excel and word doesn't work in explorer dir's.
It's a Logitech driver thing. Just found out on another forum.
No worky on a MS mouse.....dang.....

RE: Center Button Scroll Cursor

(OP)
FYI the MS mouse works with Logitech drivers. Autoscroll
works, unfortunatly the older Logitech mouse doesn't work
on this desk. It's too reflective and I despise mousepads.
Oh well....It's mouseware Ver 9.41.1...

Dave

RE: Center Button Scroll Cursor

To get over the reflective problem I used to tape a piece of paper on the area where I used the mouse.

cheers

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