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James Day Posted on Jun 19, 2006
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Logitech Marble Mouse 904360-0403

Works fine except in the CAD application I use all day ( Pro Engineer). It will not pan or zoom. Is there a setting or a driver that fixes this?

  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    I have the same problem using AutoDesk Inventor... Looks like I'll have
    to use another mouse

  • FixxThis May 11, 2010

    SeaBreeze: Are you a salesman for Wal-Mart?

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 love this trackball mouse, yet they are very sensitive to wear and trash that causes them to fail. Wal-Mart sells great ones like the Logitech LX3 optical mouse that are not as sensitive and have more features 

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