On Fri, Jul 06, 2001 at 04:06:23AM -0400 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Baldwin_James at emc.com thought:
> I suggest that is the last e-mail you send before 9.00AM, Conor! :-)
> I'm going calling Childline!!! and the men in white coats!!
>> As for epileptic-type mouse movements, that could be the firmware in the
> Microsoft Mouse screaming 'I'm lost' in the X-windows env.
>> Naa, I have come across this before with MS Intellimice.....
> 4 things;
> 1) Are you using a switch-box? Known problem
> 2) Try switching the resolution to lower res and try it...don't ask...it
> worked for me!
> 3) Try lowering the sensitivity and raising resolution of the mouse
> 4) Also, try using the default 3-button mouse server instead..same effect.
Or try <CTRL><ALT><F1>
to switch to a console and then <ALT><F7> back to X. Then move the mouse
while clicking buttons and scrolling the wheel.
Conor (It's just a little ritual we do at home...)
Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net>
Domestic Sysadmin :-)
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