> -----Original Message-----
> From: Leo Potjewijd [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 4:03 PM
> To: Protel EDA Forum
> Subject: Re: [PEDA] Mouse insists first click is a double-click
> 
> At 15-03-2004 16:09, Carpenter, Dean wrote:
> >Hi All -
> >
> >OK, this is an odd one ...  Recently 99SE started insisting 
> that I did 
> >a double-click on the mouse when starting an operation.  But 
> only for 
> >the first time.
> ><snip>
> 
> Phew ! What a relief !
> I thought I was the only one... had worn out my trackball 
> (again)... drank too much... 

Leo

Is drinking too much possible ?   :-)

John
(Guiness is food of life)










was developing  Parkinson's 
> desease... was going nuts...
> 
> It happened on my system too, and started quite suddenly; no 
> percievable link to any previous action (installed software 
> and the likes). I'm using a M$ optical trackball.
> I haven't noticed it (yet) on the various place commands, but 
> first noticed it on the measure commands. Pehaps because it 
> is more noticable there...
> 
> Thought it was the trackball driver, downloaded the latest 
> stuff direct from M$: no success.
> Thought it was the trackball itself, digged up the ol' trusty 
> Logitech Marble (no wheel): no success.
> Thought it was the KVM switch, wired the trackball around it: 
> partial success.
> That last one will need some clarification:
> I had the weird situation (again, all of a sudden: it used to 
> work fine) that the first trackball move after using the 
> scrollwheel generated an 'enter'. Extremely annoying when 
> you're near completion of a three-hour backup procedure and 
> the only button on the screen is 'cancel'..... Well, that was 
> solved by connecting the trackball directly to the PC.
> 
> Since I haven't really noticed it yet on the place commands I 
> thought it might be the microswitch, but since it does not 
> happen in any other software that cannot be.
> When the schedule permits, I'll do a little digging and 
> experimenting; but that will probably wander off into the next week.
> 
> 
> Leo Potjewijd
> hardware designer
> Integrated Engineering B.V.
> 
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> +31 20 4620700
> 
> 
> 


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