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MacBook Pro - Two Wireless Mighty Mouse and MBP


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I have two wireless mighty mice (one for home and one for office). Currently, I have to browse the Bluetooth devices whenever I move from home to office or office to home. This is not a huge problem but I was wondering if the mice should be automatically recognized? Is there a way to configure my MBP (OS = 10.4.8) so that I do not have to browse devices each time I move my MBP? Thank You!
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I would suggest that you pick one of the mice, and carry it with you. One more thing to carry, but....

Slide the cover over the "eye" and put the computer to sleep when you leave. When you get where you're going, wake the computer up, uncover the "eye" and click the mouse; it should come back in a few seconds.

Sell the other mouse on eBay.
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