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OS 10.4 - Since installing Onyx, Mouse button not right


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Greetings

The title more or less says it all.

Normally, if I right-click on a file, I would 'Get Info', but now it acts like the primary button.

I've checked system prefs and the image there indicates that it is a secondary button.

Can anyone advise what the remedy might be, please?

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this only happened when you installed onyx correct?have you run onyx after installing?try uninstalling it to isolate whether it really is onyx. Reset pram, restore your mouse preferences to defaults and set it back again to do right click
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kisuke3. Thanks for your reply.

I'm pretty sure that this problem only arose after installing Onyx.....

I've uninstalled Onyx via the uninstall option from within the dmg package.

I hope that I've reset pram - (Option + Command + 'p' + 'r' keys , right?)

The problem persists..... Perhaps it wasn't Onyx then?

Anything else I could try?

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