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    Mighty Mouse static jumping? Any help?
    Hi, can anyone offer any advice with my mighty mouse. It's suddenly taken to jumping (the 360 scroller) and entering expose etc without pressing the button. I can only presume it's static.....any remedies or other suggestions? Cheers, G

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    coach_z's Avatar
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    i dont have no mac's
    make sure your mouse pad is clean and free from any sort of oily substance from your hands etc.
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    Also, what kind of Mac is this? If it is a laptop it is possible that your hands or fingers are straying on the touchpad. If so, then go to your System Preferences and make sure the 'Ignore trackpad when mouse is present' is checked in your Keyboard & Mouse prefs.
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