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Ryan Evangelist Posted on Mar 16, 2007
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Right Click (Jump) in Quake 4

Recently, whenever I try to use a right mouse click in Q4, the mouse either refuses to let me jump, or waits until I take my finger off the button. It's almost as if I were experiencing major lag, but this still occurs on a LAN server.

  • Ryan Evangelist Mar 17, 2007

    I can't tell if it's having a different problem with another mouse. Apparently, my PS/2 port is broken... I'm connecting the 518 using the USB port. The mouse is set to jump with a right click; I know this for a fact because I've been playing Quake 4 that way for nearly a year. This is just a recent problem. Also, the mouse is fairly new. I received it as a present for the last Christmas. I do not know a way to check if there is something stuck under the button. If this is not resolved soon, I will be purchasing a new mouse that isn't a Logitech. Being able to jump is a crucial part of my game, and I doubt I will be able to learn to do it any other way.

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Mouse will be under warrenty....Call Logitec
Also I've figured out how to fix one if it's out of warrenty (the right or left button not working all the time)

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Contro, Does it have the same problem using a different mouse? Have you checked the controller properties and controller assignments...Make sure it is set to make the move you want. Is there something stuck in the right click. Does the right click problem only occur in Q4 or does it have problems other times? How old is the mouse? Have you possibly worn the part out? Let me know what happens. Good Luck Tim

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