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Old 08-24-06, 11:27 PM   #1
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Default Mouse problem with 1.0-8774

Hi all,
Just updated to 8774 and now I can not use middle button to paste in X-window (gnome-terminal and other apps)

In Firefox, when I fill a form I can not use mouse to choice an item in the list (URL, login,...). That worsk no problem with 8762 previously.

I use FC5, Gnome desktop, kernel 2.6.17-1.2174_FC5. The mouse is Logitech Optical mouse with wheel.

Is this a "bug" of 8774 ?

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Old 08-24-06, 11:37 PM   #2
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Default Re: Mouse problem with 1.0-8774

The nvidia X driver has no control over the mouse's functionality. Something else isn't correct in your setup.

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Old 08-24-06, 11:49 PM   #3
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Default Re: Mouse problem with 1.0-8774

Check your x-config file. Any changes here?

In gnome, check gnome's hardware config options...should be able to set mouse buttons there to override the xserver settings.
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