Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Magic Mouse Review

Eric Bangeman:

If you want to right-click, you’ll need to get used to lifting your left-most finger off of the mouse in order for it to register correctly. If you have an Apple Mouse, you’ll already be used to it—I do it without thinking, but that doesn’t change the fact that lifting your index finger into the air so your middle finger can click is a more stressful position for your hand.

I use a Mighty Mouse with the main surface set as the primary button and the scroll ball set as the secondary button. This frees me from worrying about which side of the mouse I’m clicking and which finger I’m using, as my hand will be in different positions depending on whether I was using the scroll ball to scroll.

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