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I'm assuming this is a USB mouse with a cord? I have seen issues with those not recognizing properly until login when connected through the USB ports on a keyboard, or on laptops. I've always accounted it to the mouse needing more voltage than the USB port is delivering until the user is logged in. This seems to be the case with older mice more often than ...


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You can select a personal stylesheet in the perefences in Safari. This way you could change the cursor for links to whatever you like. Make a file called style.css witht the following content. In Safari go to Preferences->Advanced and select the stylesheet. a { cursor:default !important; } I'm pretty sure that other browsers have the same option.


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Mousecape may be the answer for you. It has not been updated since last July (though notes from February 2014 claim compatibility with Yosemite...not sure how that's possible) so YMMV, but it may be worth a shot. On the page linked above, make sure you click on 0.0.5 and NOT "cursor flip". Clicking on cursor flip will download a related program that is not ...


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I'm not sure but should be System preferences -> Accessibility -> Zoom -> Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom (or similar, I got it in italian) that should be unchecked.


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Check whether you have the SmoothGestures plugin installed. This is a known issue. You can navigate to chrome://extensions/ and disable SmoothGestures to see if it fixes the issue. Source: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/PlsuvMGbi_o SmoothGestures has released an additional plugin to work around this issue. ...


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USB Overdrive remains the best way to control mouse speed/acceleration in OS X, in my opinion. Apple's mouse driver is appallingly bad.


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Option+Command+LeftClick, recommended by mvreijn for VMware Windows 7 guests, works quite nicely in Citrix connections to Windows 7 machines.


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Read about the Mad Catz R.A.T M. It is a mobile Gaming Mouse which doesen't require a dongle.


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Take a look at USB Overdrive. With it help I've finally removed scroll acceleration and setup custom buttons on my Logitech m570.


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If you exit out of the keyboard pop up and let the mouse pop up display you can successfully control the mouse after the boot screen appears.


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I'm not sure if it will fit this specific use case but if you can forego the shared monitor, you can use a tool like Synergy or Share Mouse. FWIW, I've used Synergy before across 3 computers and it worked well.



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