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Try the right option key + click This works for me using parallels with win 8.1, I haven't personally come across web apps that use this, so I can't test this. Right click actually emulates control + click due to the history of apple sticking with a single button mouse for so long, thus the context menu used the control click method, plus MACs don't have a ...


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It turns out Yosemite enables mouse acceleration by default. it can be disabled by typing this in terminal: defaults write .GlobalPreferences com.apple.mouse.scaling -1


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Consider using Sikuli to implement your task rather than AppleScript: Sikuli automates anything you see on the screen. It uses image recognition to identify and control GUI components. It is useful when there is no easy access to a GUI's internal or source code.


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I had the same issue with my Mad Catz MMO 7 and I fixed the problem! If you download the latest driver software from http://madcatz.com/downloads/ for Mavericks (OS X 10.9) it fixes the problem. You will have to restart your computer in the process.


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I have the same problem with Mad Catz R.A.T. 5. I haven't tried to fix it yet, but it appears that the driver is the cause of the problems.


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Karabiner Karabiner comes with everything you need—a way to define a shortcut, and a way to move the mouse. The warp-mouse-cursor-position utility lives in /Applications/Karabiner.app/Contents/Library/utilities/bin/. It has a default setting to warp the mouse to the center of the current window by tapping fn or holding ' or /, but for a customized version, ...


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So I am using the Firefox. When I right click on link in a browser it shows this menu When I click on text (not link) in browser or any other document it shows the same menu as yours. When I click on the web address in the address bar it shows the menu with Copy, that I use to cop the link.


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I have a similar problem with my 2009 MacBook Pro. I've been told by an aftermarket apple dealer that it is the graphics card. The card is damaged by overheating. The overheating is due an erratic fan. The erratic fan is caused by a damaged logic board.


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Perhaps you need to download drivers for the mouse - I've found that personally, my RAT 7 works atrociously on OS X without the drivers and software for it. It'd help to know what brand and model mouse you have, however generic it may be.


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Based on the information provided I would say the mouse settings are not been loaded. You can add the "MicrosoftMouseHelper" to the log in items area. That should override the OS X defaults. The file should be located in your /Library/PreferencePanes/Microsoft Mouse.PrefPane/Contents/Resources/MicrosoftMouseHelper


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Press down on the trackpad with two fingers to click the trackpad. Keep the fingers held down and move them left. Release fingers.


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I found myself in the exact same boat (preferring Natural for TrackPad and normal for Mouse), and in case anyone attempts to do the same, I did file a bug report against Apple for this. They closed it rather briefly with the words "This is intentional" and no other explanation. I'm guessing that it's a common request, and they're just tired of hearing it.


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To use the normal mouse behavior in tmux you have to keep alt pressed. So click on the link while pressing cmd+alt. The same applies when selecting text.



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