This may be related to the loss of keyboard shortcut problem that occurs with Microsoft
Intellimouse drivers, the mouse wheel and Protel.

Workaround:
Open the Mouse Properties control panel (in the Window's Control Panels directory) and
click on the "Wheel" tab.  Click on the "Exceptions" button at the bottom right of the
dialog (in the Universal Scrolling area) and then click on the "Add..." button.  Browse
to the Client99SE.exe file where you installed Protel.


John Williams


Joel Hammer wrote:

>         no it doesn't work properly! as soon as the wheel is turned the keyboard
> freaks out and i have to reboot. (press Esc and the windows start button
> menu    would pop-up.)

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