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iMac - I hate Expose side buttons!


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The side buttons, that are assigned to expose by default, are very annoying. I like it there, but they are just too darn sensitive! So, is there any way to assign just one side button to be the button for expose? Or should I just turn it off and use the keyboard button for expose?


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You can turn it off in Preferences > Keyboard and Mouse

I would do that and use the F keys, much less annoying than the constant triggering of expose from the mouse
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You can turn it off in Preferences > Keyboard and Mouse

I would do that and use the F keys, much less annoying than the constant triggering of expose from the mouse
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