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Google Earth I cant now use the middle mouse button (Scroll wheel) to pan & tilt in Google Earth! Anybody help please....

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I have a LX5 cordless mouse that was part of my S510 desktop set. Prior to this set I had a seperate USB keyboard and generic optical usb mouse. I noticed after installing the SetPoint software that i lost all use of the middle mouse button. Here's how you can restore the use of the middle button. SetPoint reassigns the middle button so that it no longer functions as the default middle button function. This can be changed in the SetPoint configuration. (Look for the icon in your system tray) Click on My Mouse and select the middle button. It's number 3 on my list and was originally titled zoom, but, clicking on a button name will give you a picture of the button location on the picture to the left. Once you locate the middle wheel button, in column next to the list, under select task, select other, then from the drop down list, select middle button. apply and save your settings by clicking ok. pan and tilt will now work properly in google earth.

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