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what about the settings ? ,change it from your settings 1- go to settings 2-select trackpad and you will able to customize everything about your trackpad


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Try disabling tap to click in the trackpad settings. If you're MacBook has the new vibrating force touch trackpad you could try to disable the force click and haptic feedback. Otherwise it may be a hardware issue.


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According to an answer on a similar question, it's possible to use a program called Karabiner to detect the Logitec Windows-specific keyboard events sent by the M560, and translate them to regular keyboard or mouse button events that tools such as BetterTouchTool can pick up on. Please see the original answer on the duplicate question for full details, ...


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I've noticed a similar problem with my Microsoft mouse. However I'm not sure if it's just a generic bug or related to Microsoft mouse & keyboard. On restart it usually fixes the problem for an hour or so. Need to test this in more depth, but I don't use my keyboard setup often enough to know for sure.


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thanks for the suggestion. I have now tried the hardware diagnostics test, however the short and full tests both cam back clear so no issue with the hardware. I bought it from an auction site that specialise in liquidation stock and repossessions e.t.c so have no idea who previously owned it. I would assume it would be illegal to sell somebody's computer ...


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This is most likely your mouse failing, which is not related to the changes you made. It seems that the mouse is only reporting the cursor location when it is clicked, and the fact that a webpage shifts horizontally when the dongle is plugged and unplugged and the mouse is not being moved is a sign that the mouse is sending false information to the computer. ...


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OP here. (made an account). I already found a solution to my question thanks to the editor who used the title "Hover doesn't follow mouse until click" It turned out to be an issue with my RAT 7 drivers. Apparently, Yosemite messed up a few things. An update fixed it, thankfully! http://madcatz.com/downloads/


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The reason you are seeing the symptopms present when you conntect an ethernet adapter to the TB port and not when you connect a monitor to the TB port has to do with what is being passed over the TB cable. TB multiplexes at least 2 signals over the same connection. In this case, video and PCIe. Yes, bascially the same PCIe bus that you would find looking ...


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Try connecting a shielded/braided USB cable between the USB dongle and the USB port. This type of problem is often caused by electrical noise between the ports (generated by USB 3 or thunderbolt circuitry), using a shielded cable helps to absorb the high frequencies.


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I know a hack to make it work. It's called "tell Apple that there's a bug in their beta software." Seriously, don't expect flawless performance from features that still have every right to be half-baked. Open Feedback Assistant and file a report in the hope that Apple will have it fixed by the time El Capitan gets its stable release. Odds are other beta ...


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So, I installed OS X EL Capitan, (10.11) and i started to transfer a 9Gigs app (xCode) to install it, and I had NO freeze, so it is Yosemite, and fixed in OS X El Capitan :) It was only a quick test but On Yosemite doing this froze the system every minute. If I get one freeze during the next days I'l Edit this post. If not I resolve it. Anyway, thank you ...


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In the release of OS X El Capitan, just shake the cursor to locate it. Call out your cursor. Lost your cursor on your crowded desktop? Just shake your finger back and forth on the trackpad or give your mouse a shake, and the cursor gets bigger so it’s easy to spot. (From Apple)


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The problem has nothing to do with the mouse's nano USB receiver or the Thunderbolt Ethernet adaptor, and everything to do with the Thunderbolt port next to the USB port. If you are running Windows on your Mac the Thunderbolt ports are not plug-and-play therefore you can plug a device into the Thunderbolt port and the mouse still works fine, however once ...


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You can probably correct this by disabling the "scrolling inertia" option. Go to System Preferences > Accessibility > Mouse & Trackpad and under "Mouse Options" or "Trackpad Options" (try both) choose the "without inertia" option of scrolling. I hope it helps, let me know ;)


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I believe that is by design. The Apple mouse wheel scroll settings are not designed to be proportional like they are on Windows. Since I go back and forth between the two systems I find it a little disconcerting but I don't find it that much of an issue for me. You sound like it is a bit of an issue for you. There may be a program that will allow you to ...


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regardless from the type of mouse you are using, try going into settings/mouse options and feel free to fiddle with the settings here, when I had trackpad tracking issues after the update (couldn't even move the pointer arrow properly), I just went there and changed the cursor sensitivity and that did the trick. Hope it works for you too!


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To get around this problem I went to the option I wanted with the arrow keys then got frustrated when I couldn`t click. What I proceeded to do was start in the bottom right with the options key and push all the buttons across and up the next two rows skipping the Cap Locks. The continue button then illuminated. To then select it I pushed the space bar. Hope ...


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I do not why, but the Telegram App could be the cause since it is flooding your Console log with problems. The second one is the Fantastical app. I recommend you either fix those apps or disable them. U P D A T E Thank your for the logs. As said you have many 3d party apps that are not behaving and creating a lost of errors. For example the Fantastical ...



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