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Mon Sep 14 16:04:35 UTC 2009
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 10:47:12AM -0400, Amanda Yilmaz wrote:
> Enabling 3-button emulation wouldn't work in his case, since the Aspire is one of those newer laptops that has a single mouse button bar. This bar is like a rocker switch: you can press the left end for a left click, or the right end for a right click, but you can't physically press both ends down at the same time due to the rocker design. This design is increasingly common these days, probably thanks to the aesthetic influence of Apple's laptops.
> My LG laptop (P300) has the same design, so I'd also be interested in a solution to this problem.
Well that's amazingly stupid. I have used applications that expected
you to use both bottons (or all 3 actually) at the same time. It was
very useful to have 7 functions on a 3 button mouse.
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