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Re-installed Leopard 10.5.8, centre mouse button not switching windows


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Hi everyone,

I recently had start up problems on my 2.0Ghz Powermac tower, so I reinstalled Leopard and downloaded and installed the 10.5.8 Combo Update.

All is working well except my mouse (Logitec, is up to date) which no longer allows you to see all windows by pressing the centre button of it, a little frustrating and it's a really cool Mac feature.

If anyone could help me out it would be appreciated...many thanks

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I recently had start up problems on my 2.0Ghz Powermac tower, so I reinstalled Leopard and downloaded and installed the 10.5.8 Combo Update.

All is working well except my mouse (Logitec, is up to date) which no longer allows you to see all windows by pressing the centre button of it, a little frustrating and it's a really cool Mac feature.
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thanks heaps, got it working now
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