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I've been experiencing the same issue, but with Dell Ultrasharp U2515H, MacBook Pro 13" and Magic mouse. Then I found out about SmoothMouse. It's not resolve the issue completely but it helps.
Disabling the "Force Click and haptic feedback" checkbox reverts to the original behavior.
Keep it simple folks. It can only be paired with one Mac at a time. Simply make sure you have the "Show Bluetooth in menu bar" Ticked on in your Bluetooth preferences on both machines. Then simply left click the icon in the task bar (its normally between the sound and wireless icons) then pull the mouse pointer down to the keyboard in question and click ...
I don't mind the alert or warning, but I do mind the weeks of having a blinking icon in my Menubar. Here's what I did in Terminal: $ cd /System/Library/CoreServices/Menu\ Extras/Bluetooth.menu/Contents/Resources/ $ sudo cp lowbatt.pdf lowbatt.backup.pdf $ sudo cp BlueTooth_Connected.pdf lowbatt.pdf This replaces the low battery icon with the same ...
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