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Scroll Wheel does not work with some programs.

The scroll wheel on the HP P2353AA mouse does not work with certain programs. It won't work with Mozilla Firefox web pages, and it also won't work in some PC games where the mouse wheel is used. I've been to the HP website and all that but there is absolutely nothing about it on there.

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If you set the mouse wheel to one page at a time for the scroll wheel and install the FF add-on SmoothWheel the scroll wheel will work fine, you can even use the FF add-on to change the scroll amount even more (with the SmoothWheel add-on install in FF the "one page at a time" isn't really one page it goes by the add-ons rules, which is 1/7's page.

Posted on Apr 20, 2007

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