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Double click problem

Sometimes when I'm using this mouse it likes to read every click as a double click. When dragging something, or when single clicking, it often performs the double click function. It gets annoying when I have to undo, or close something, and use keyboard to navigate to and move documents.

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In most cases the best thing to do is to change ur mouse, but i would also suggest u try to use a mouse pad, some paints have a problem when using optical mouse

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