On Mon, 2011-06-06 at 16:29 +0200, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
Thank you :)
it can't harm if I'll read your workshop pdf, but not today.
I bought a supermarket mouse, the less expensive is the most
ergonomically, but it anyway is to short to use the mouse wheel in a
comfortable way. I'm also not sure if I can use it with GIMP. The USB
mouse wheel works, but sometimes also the old mouse's wheel worked, so
it might work randomly too.
It's too funny, when I turned on the computer the mouse wheel dazzled me
with blue light. Haha! I was surprised, didn't take care about this. For
the Brauner power supplies we switched the dropping resistors for the
blue LEDs and the blue LED of my Behringer mixer is also a flood light.
I'm not kidding, the mouse wheel causes annoying reflections in the
monitor. Oops, even positioning the mouse cursor for text is hard to do.
No screwdriver does fit, hence I can't unsolder the LED today.
Ok, now I know what I need to take care, when buying a good mouse. I can
tread this one like a tissue. Tissues are the same price range. Moving
the mouse without a ball is an advantage, at the moment the only
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