On 10/31/07 5:59 PM, "Valerio Luccio" <email@hidden> wrote:
> I installed Leopard Client on an old G4 and the mighty mouse works fine.
> I then installed Leopard Server on an iMac Intel Dual Core. The mighty
> mouse (wired version) is recognized, but it behaves as a single-button
> mouse: the right-hand button does the same thing as the left-hand one,
> although the side buttons and the scroll wheel work fine. I tried to
> plug into the keyboard and directly to one of the USB ports in the back
> with the same results. If I plug a standard 3-button mouse it works fine.
> Has anyone else seen this problem ? Any suggestions ?
The default behavior of the Mighty Mouse IS to work as a one button mouse.
You have to change the setting in System Preferences otherwise. Mac OS X
keeps track of the fact you are plugging in a Mighty Mouse rather than a
standard USB two or three button mouse, and treats them accordingly
If you did a clean install of Leopard Server, this is exactly what would
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