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A possible workaround is to disable graphics switching: Though this will effect battery life.


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DwellClick is a nice dwell clicking app on mac that is customizable, versatile, as well as nice-looking. The following pictures show the hands-free panel and the pop-up panel of the app. It supports most of the features you mentioned: single/double click, drag, drag & hold keyboard shortcuts for changing modes hands-free panel that stays on top ...


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Yes, you can disable horizontal scroll events. I know this because unwanted horizontal scrolling with the Magic Mouse used to drive me insane, especially with Adobe products. MagicPrefs, a "free application […] to improve the functionality and configuration options of the Apple Magic Mouse", indeed let me disable horizontal scrolling. It's somewhere in the ...


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Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11/b/g/n (WIFI) use almost the same frequency bands: Bluetooth: 2.402 - 2.480 GHz (79 channels) WIFI 2.4 GHz (IEEE 802.11/b/g/n): 2.4 – 2.4835 GHz (11, 13 or 14 channels depending on the country) Usually Bluetooth uses frequency hopping and changes the possible 79 x 1 MHz bands 1600 times a second to avoid disturbances while WIFI ...


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This has been a problem and an aggravation for me since Mavericks. I'd like a linear input for the mouse wheel, but there isn't any option for this in Mavericks or Yosemite, and I never found a hack or a terminal command that worked. I posted this on the Apple forums a while ago and still, no fix is available: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5506804 ...


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If you go into the console, what errors do you see reported? Do you see the phrase “mouse-down”? If so, I had a similar problem a few months ago which turned out to be caused by a 3rd party application called Numi. If you see the “mouse-down” phrase in Console, my advice would be to quit all 3rd party processes you might have running in the background from ...


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Haven't seen anything on Dwell for mac unfortunately. I've started playing with BetterTouchTool since Jitouch hasn't updated for Yosemite. BTT seems more versatile if not as nicely predefined. BTT enables assigning actions to trackpad gestures or mouse. I don't know how to integrate dwell clicking, sounds interesting.


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So it seems someone found a working solution, at last. First, close your VMs Quit VirtualBox then as root (or sudo ...) copy the file somewhere as backup, then edit (eg vi) /Applications/VirtualBox.app/Contents/Resources/VirtualBoxVM.app/Contents/Info.plist and add the line shown in the middle the line <key>LSUIElement</key> ...


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For me the same with a Logitech MX connected to a unifying receiver. I did repair the mouse with the Unifying software provided by Logitech and then it worked again.


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In Dragon Dictate 4, as in Dragon NaturallySpeaking on Windows, Nuance doesn't let you access the code behind some commands, such as mouse actions. As far as I know AppleScript has no command to trigger a mouse click without specifying where it should click. You can use Extra Suites (10 USD) to extend AppleScript's ability and define the following ...



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