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Mouse with left hand orientation for curser motion

Can't find a way of reorienting the cursor motio for the left hand

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  • davco Oct 21, 2007

    This switched the buttons, but does not change the trqck of the curser for the left hand.

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If you are using windows go into the control panel - mouse - Click switch primary and secondary buttons

 

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Posted on Oct 21, 2007

  • Lou Labetti
    Lou Labetti Oct 22, 2007

    Could you please explain "change the track of the curser ""

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