slightly damp cloth works better than plain paper - but yeah, the MightyTurd is a problematic mouse. In fact, the MightyUncomfortable is probably the 2nd worst Apple mouse ever (behind the hockey-puck mouse).
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I like that scrolling wheel myself, but like others have said, the dirt problem is a deal-breaker. And so is the lack of multiple buttons as I've gotten so used to 5 buttons on a mouse. In this case, I find Apple to be a huge bonehead, even though the scrolling wheel itself is a mighty innovation, it would be better, if it was larger (to help with the dirt problem) and the mouse had more buttons on it. Yeah, I know it kind of has more buttons, but I hate it when I'm doing something critical and all of a sudden it thinks I squeezed the sides...
Anyone know if Apple is going to introduce a “multi-touch” mouse in the near future? I loved my wireless Mighty Mouse while it lasted, but the scroll wheel just stopped working in one direction. I cleaned it in all the usual ways, but when I tried to disassemble it, I broke it. I would LOVE a totally non-mechanical mouse. It's time!
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