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Currently using a wireless intellimouse and using the intellimouse 5 software.
There's options to change what all the buttons do and it can be easily set so the left mouse button double clicks for you. Go into mouse properties and check that out
Posted 16 September 2005 - 22:44
I thought it was something i did in x-teq but i comlbed every setting....
My mouse double clicks for me. Sometimes it does not. It happens fast when it does... Such as, if i click the minimize button, it beats me to it and brings the window back up. In outlook, if i select the delete button it deletes two emails instead of one. Selecting text is a pain.
Its only a two week old install. USB mouse. MS driver... All i do know is i want to grip the cord of the mouse and smash it on my desk until the glowing red light dims.
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Posted 29 March 2010 - 15:08
I had the same problem. After a week or so of searching I found a utility called Mousefix written by one Daniel Jackson. Quote from the site:
"This is a small utility program I wrote to correct a problem that is experienced by some users of the Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer Optical Mouse, whose devices have defective microswitches under the buttons causing a single-click to be seen by Windows as a double-click (seemingly not "debounced" properly).
For my mouse, the problem seems to be that the switch isn't "debounced" when you release the button — i.e. when you release it, it actually clicks again. Basically, the program intercepts "up" events for the left mouse button, and ignores any subsequent "up" events that follow within a very small time."i>
go check it out, it fixed my double-click problem and allowed me to continue using my defective mouse with NO apparent side effects.
Posted 29 March 2010 - 15:25