Loc: Oceanside, CA USA
I gave it a week, and I really like it. In fact, I like it so much now that I changed my Mac Pro with Snow Leopard at work to scroll the "natural" way. I was zipping around in a photoshop file today (nuking a bunch of dust off a mirror surface) and thinking how much more natural it is to mouse that way now.
Edited by leicaman (08/27/1104:27 AM)
A pizza with radius "z" and height "a" has a volume calculated by pi*z*z*a.
Loc: Alexandria, VA
Conversely, I went out and got a trackpad for my desktop for Lion ... after a week or so, the trackpad is now in storage. I just didn't see much, if any advantage of a trackpad over a multi-button mouse on the desktop ...
Oddly enough, I never use a mouse when on the Macbook Pros -- I always use the trackpad. Go figure =)
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