Post by Jolly Roger
Yuck. No thanks. The track pad is way more useful for me than any mouse
could ever be.
I prefer the pad for dragging and scrolling but I prefer the mouse
buttons to keeping track of what special keys go with a pad tap to
handle special functions. Since I'm already using the mouse for that I
tend to use it for dragging and scrolling as well. However, the way it
has been acting I have used the pad for scrolling and dragging and the
buttons for other things.
Post by Jolly Roger Post by Robert Peirce
This is a Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 (Model 1359) that I have
been using for years. The mouse hasn't changed so there may be some
default setting that I need to adjust.
The driver software for that mouse seemingly hasn't changed since macOS
Which means they think it should work, I guess. Anyhow, I am
re-installing the software to see if that helps. If not, I may have to
consider another mouse.