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Mighty Mouse, center button


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Has anyone managed to remap the center button to something like a function? I've been using my MS optical mouse forever and I've gotten used to using the wheel button to go Back in the browser. It's absolutely driving me nuts that I can't do this with the Mighty Mouse.

Any help would be appreciated. :ninja:
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Try a 3rd party mouse driver such as USB OverdriveX...
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Perfect. That was exactly what I was looking for.
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I have a similar question.. can the two "pressure pads" and the side of the mighty mouse be used independently to go back and forward in safari?
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i think the above mentioned program should be able to do that for you

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I tried it but it didn't apppear to have the option and for some reason enabaling it made my other settings like dashboard disappear so I decided against it.
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No,

The 2 pressure pads are in fact just 2 parts of one button.
So you can only assign 1 function to it.
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Yep.. that's what I thought. Not the best design apple have come up with.. but still, cool mouse all the same! :headphone

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