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Found a strange solution for the same issue with Mavericks on an iMac not clicking. However, while I couldn't click anything in the desktop, app windows or launchpad, I was able to click menu items. My solution was simply to open the alert menu (default set to swipe two fingers from the very right edge of a trackpad, toward the left). The first time the ...
More people have this annoyance. For me the solution was to use slightly fatter/bigger batteries (Duracell for example), or a piece of paper. When I very gently slammed my mouse on the table from a small hight, the connection would drop. Properly due to a short disconnection/movement of the batteries.
You can use KeyRemap4MacBook with the following: <autogen>__PointingButtonToKey__ PointingButton::MIDDLE, KeyCode::VK_NONE</autogen>
There is no system supported method for disabling ctrl-click from functioning as a secondary click in Mavericks. You can use Karabiner to remap Control+LeftClick to LeftClick, which essentially disables this behavior system-wide. https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/ You can also remap it to just about anything you like. However, I don't know of any web apps ...
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