is it intellimouse with intellipoint 3.2 ?
that's the software that goes with it.
i also found that mickey mouse doesn't work with other than mickey mouse
software, might that be the reason?
ps: thanks for your work last week.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Niall O Broin" <niall at linux.ie>
To: <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 12:46 AM
Subject: [ILUG] Intellimouse and Inspiron
: so now I have a
: MS Intellimouse. Interestingly, it just plugs in and goes,
My question, however, is
: if it's possible to configure X in such a way that the Intellimouse works
: (for the best value of work - i.e. recognises a press of the wheel as a
: third mouse button, and the wheel does something useful) when it's plugged
: in, but if it's not there, the box just reverts to using either stick or
: and Emulate 3 Buttons. At the moment, in the plug in and go situation, it
: just appears to be a two button mouse.
:::: Yours intelliMOUSEgently,
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