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Persistent drag If I click and hold to drag an object (eg. a window) or click and drag to select text, the pointer will continue to drag or select after I let go of the button.  I must click the button a second time to stop the drag/select action.  It seems to be a matter of timing:  If I drag/select for less than about a second, the drag/select stops when I let go the button; but if I hold the button down any longer and then let go, the drag/select persists as I move the track-ball.  I must click a second time.  The button I'm referring to here is the lower-left button.  I have programmed it as "click" only.

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Re: Persistent drag

If you're connecting it using the USB connector, try switching to the PS2 one.  I had various wierd problems with the standard MS USB HID driver with this device.  The standard MS PS2 driver works reliably.

Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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