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Posted: Oct. 12 2003,18:02 QUOTE

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Posted: Oct. 13 2003,15:05 QUOTE

Quote (mojo @ Oct. 11 2003,14:57)
Especially for newer mice, such as MS Intellimouse Explorer (the one with no ball[s])

is it the five button optical intellimouse?
or is it the white one with only 3 buttons?

i have the five button mouse, and it works.
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Posted: Oct. 31 2003,11:41 QUOTE

I had a problem with my usb mouse as well. I have version 0.4.50 .... yet to download the latest version and see if the usb mouse works. But I'm happy with the console  :;):
Have to say that I love this distro ... simply very neat. A job well done, John.

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