I have one that I am trying to like but haven't got there yet. I get it out and use it once in awhile but still go back to my Logitech wireless. I would dearly love to get rid of the dongle and USB hub it is attached to.
I am reading a book about anti-gravity. It is really hard to put down.
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Well, I think I'm getting used to this thing. It's getting easier and easier to use the more I do use it. Getting used to the light touch is the biggest challenge. I'm getting fewer and fewer double clicks, etc.
Same with the Magic Mouse. I'm already used to it for the most part, but odd as it may seem, it's way more sensitive — maybe "squirrely" is a better descriptor — with some apps than with others. InDesign, for instance. If I so much as blink, it'll instantly scroll several pages into a multi-page document or jump to one corner or another of a page. But I'm gradually getting on top of it, and I still really like this mouse.
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