Better mouse support

Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions' started by kingfish, Sep 25, 2006.

  1. kingfish

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    Multi-button mice are the norm in the PC world, and increasingly in the world of Macs. There are general purpose OSX mouse drivers that support just about every brand of mouse with every possible configuration of buttons. If you cannot support the manufacturer's mouse drivers, at least give us a generic driver than be configured for additional buttons.
     
  2. constant

    constant

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    Didn't your mother teach you any manners?
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  3. kingfish

    kingfish

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    You're such a good little boy, Constant, your mommy made you boss of everything! And now, you are so wise and good, we all look up to you, and we will do everything you say because you are...a big important senior member, and everything you do is right. Plus, you've made 467 posts, each one of which is pithier than the last. In fact, I'm surprised you are still on the physical plane, not yet having trans-subtantiated to the heavenly spheres.

    But thank goodness you are still among us mortals, doling out praise and disparagement with God-like impartiality.
     
    Last edited: Sep 29, 2006
  4. joem

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    If you two want to have a pissing contest, could you please do it privately?

    Neither of those last two messages belongs in this forum.

    Please spare the rest of us.
     
  5. Gremlin

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    Scrolling

    It's not just multi-button mice that are not properly supported, even the built-in trackpad's two-finger scrolling only works in the vertical direction, horizontal scrolling seems to be mapped back to vertical, i.e. scrolling left goes up and right goes down. It would be nice if it worked properly.
     
  6. David Corrales

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    This looks like WoW forums.
     

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