Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Arrived this afternoon. There doesn't appear to be Mac drivers for it. I installed the ProClick drivers to no effect, but it is a very nice, responsive mouse. It moves effortlessly (no drag) and button clicks are positive and also effortless. Comfortable under the hand. Clicking the scroll wheel in Firefox enables live scrolling. I like it. <br><br>Oh, the glowing green scroll wheel has its own cool factor, but I'll have to cover it with something or the wife will complain that it keeps her awake. <br><br>
Did you install the Leopard or Tiger drivers? Interesting that it didn't work with it ...I know one of their other mice worked with it. Maybe the copperhead? Did you have to slow it way down?? I know as soon as I plugged mine into one without the drivers it was wicked fast. <br><br>zweisoft<br>
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