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Touch sensitivity I have a Starlogic trackball optical mouse and the main digit is far to sensitive - just lightly resting the digit finger clicks. Can the sensitivity be controlled through the software or is it mechanical and it is what it is?

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Not sure about your mouse but if you go to the Control Panel and click on the Mouse icon you can the adjust the sensitivity. Hope this helps. Bud

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