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Tilting Google Earth

I am looking for a cordless mose that will tilt Google Earth with the center wheel. Does anyone know of one? My original Dell wired mouse works this way, would like a laser that does this.

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    Bill Hower Feb 12, 2008

    Looks like nobody ever reads these boards. 3 days and not 1 reply.

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Just stick to your wired mouse...

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