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OS 10.5 - Click and Drag/Copy and Paste will not work


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kevin.sonoff

 
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Greetings-

Yesterday, I went to install a typical Mac OS update using software updater only this time when it completed my click-drag and copy-paste functions stopped working. Can anyone help me solve this? Here is what I have tried... restarted (multiple times), tried booting up in Safe Mode (by pressing shift when starting up), and repaired disk permissions using disk utility. I even ran all of the daily, weekly and monthly scripts using Cocktail. I'm stumped. Any suggestions?

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Kevin
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I just tried creating a new user profile to see if the problem happens in the new profile and unfortunately it did. The problem still isn't fixed.
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