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MacBook - mighty mouse like pc mouse?


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on a pc mouse you can click down the trackwheel and move the mouse up and it will go to the top of the page fairly fast..is there a way to do that on my mighty mouse?
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on a pc mouse you can click down the trackwheel and move the mouse up and it will go to the top of the page fairly fast..is there a way to do that on my mighty mouse?
Not every PC mouse will do that. You must be referring to a specific model with a specific driver that has this support. As far as I know, Mighty Mouse will not do that.

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I tried to find a way to do this with the mighty mouse and could not succed.

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That's one thing I really miss about my old mouse, but I really like my MM, so I do without. After well over a year, I still try to do it sometimes and get Dashboard!

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i believe you can set your mouse so that dashboard doesnt come up when pressed

look in system prefereences
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