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Even with mouse acceleration turned off, OS X uses an 'acceleration curve', which makes the mouse slower and the movements less linear. To disable the acceleration curve/set it to a linear one, download Steelseries Exact Mouse Tool, open it and set it to 'always on'(there will be an icon in your menu bar). It doesn't just work with Steelseries mice, I use ...


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If you are looking to do this in your code, you can do it like this: CGEventRef ourEvent = CGEventCreate(NULL); point = CGEventGetLocation(ourEvent); CFRelease(ourEvent); NSLog(@"Location? x= %f, y = %f", (float)point.x, (float)point.y); From what I know, there is no program that just lets you capture coordinates and export them in any way.


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Apple provides this info on the page for buying one: What's in the Box.


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No. The Mac Mini is famously BYODKM


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I fixed this by editing the AppleShowScrollBars string in the ByHost .GlobalPreferences plist. Even though ~/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist showed the correct value of ‘WhenScrolling’, the ~/Library/Preferences/ByHost/.GlobalPreferences.udid.plist had the value of "Always". By changing the string using Xcode and logging out, it was resolved.


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This issue appears to have disappeared in El Capitan.


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This is not an answer but BT has nothing to do with it. I haven't had BT enabled since I got my MB in 2011. The click works some of the time and not at others. I keep my box clean and make sure all the edges of the track pad are clear. The mechanical movement is full range but the click comes and goes. All other pad functions are normal.


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I've had that happen to my own Mac and typically for me it was due to a high system load or something else locking the system (like a hard drive failing for example). Here is a comprehensive list of things to try: Try leaving Activity Monitor open and check if CPU usage remains consistently high while you are doing your usual tasks. If so, close all ...


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After closer inspection I figured out that the white border of the arrow cursor is not considered part of the cursor, only the black part is, then it seems pixel perfect. It is very confusing to me but I guess its working as intended.


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Update: After a week it kind of got fixed by itself. Its working fine now, I don't know the reason.


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There is a OS X shareware App that can modify pooling rates for USB devices: http://www.usboverdrive.com/USBOverdrive/Devices.html Supported devices: The USB Overdrive works with any compliant input device so there's really no way to list them all. In general, the USB Overdrive should work with the following kinds of devices: Mouse, ...



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