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Lithium batteries do not like complete discharge, so do it at 10% or higher. You can leave them as long you wish in the charger, it will stop charging when full. The battery charger it self has no limit on life time, yet again, it has to work harder if completely drained battery is to be charged. If for some reason you have to leave the batteries on the ...


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Mac does have the Logitech Unifying Software, which opens up the pairing options; add and remove items from a receiver, as well as update firmware (which seems to be perpetually greyed out no matter what I do on my Mac's and PC's, but that's a problem for another day.) Version 1.1.301 works with OSX 10.4 - 10.6 and is found here. Otherwise you can get all ...


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It appears that this is integrated in the Karabiner app so it works out of the box without any custom XML (which are described above). You'll need the following settings: General > Don't remap Apple's pointing devices Pointing Device > Reverse scrolling direction > Reverse Vertical Scrolling Set the Enable Natural Scrolling setting in the Mouse/TrackPad ...


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Pinpoint As well as from the link it is in the App Store Provides many cursors and the ability to add others. Will highlight the cursor in keypress or menu item or just stop moving the cursor for a bit


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Idea! It works on every version of OS X, for free! cmd+scroll OS X will zoom the whole screen in, centering it on the mouse. The cursor becomes huge and everything else around it will just fly outside the display.


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Looks like someone already answered this on SuperUser SmartScroll is a third party app I've not used, but appears to enable this.


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Same thing happened to me. Selecting my mouse has triggered something and it's working now. It's under Settings > Keyboard > Keyboard modifiers


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This is a common issue with Apple Wired Mice (a.k.a. Mighty Mouse) products. There is no permanent fix, the issue happens when the mouse gets dirt from your fingers building up in the mechanism, and eventually jams. You can fix it temporarily by following these instructions. There is a section "Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse, Wireless Mighty Mouse, and Apple ...


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Interestingly, when I turn off the mouse while keeping the dongle plugged in, the track pad behaves normal again. I have the exact same issue with a MadCatz wired mouse. When the mouse is plugged in, mouseover breaks on all input devices (built in and bluetooth trackpad). When it's unplugged everything works fine. Their support has been useless, as ...


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The "update" from MadCatz didn't help, the most recent version of their driver supports OS X 10.9 (not 10.10). I believe that driver is version 1.1.69. Whatever it is, the most recent version does not work at all on 10.10 and doesn't even install on 10.11.


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At least in Terminal.app 2.6 enable "Allow Mouse Reporting" in menu "View" gives mouse support in Midnight Commander.


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The other setting that affects scrolling is "Scrolling speed" under Accessibility > Mouse & Trackpad. From the documentation: Adjust the speed at which you scroll through documents and windows using the mouse. Change it for both Trackpad Options… and Mouse Options… Unchecking Scrolling in the same Accessibility preference will disable scrolling ...


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As per the above - I had this issue, but I found that although I couldn't 'tap' on my trackpad, I could 'click' (press on bottom left of pad). Alternatively, the Tab key will move the cursor between sections of the window, arrow keys high-light an item within it, and the space bar selects it


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No. You'll need to unplug USB devices that wake your Mac prematurely. This is a firmware level task which would require significant training to pull off. Nothing is impossible, but this isn't an easy setting to simply change. Hopefully the vendor has a way to make it more like other USB mice that only wake their host when they are physically moved and ...



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