I was thinking the same thing. It's different though, because the scrolling capabilities on the trackpad are invisible to a user who doesn't know about them. to a person who is not good with comps, it will seem just as simple as it did before this tech was implemented.dotnina said:Actually this is something I could see Apple doing over the next year. They've finally put scrolling capabilities in the Powerbook trackpad, so I don't think it's unthinkable that there may be a mouse w/scroll wheel in the future.
But still, I wouldn't hold my breath.
While the left button is efficient. The scroll wheel is convenient sometimes. But that right button serves no purpose. I mean...how often do you actually use a context menu? Maybe if it was for Ctrlaltdel on a PC it would be efficient (as that Windows Task Manager is the most frequently used program on a PC). I'll stick with Control + Click.noel4r said:Everybody knows that a two-button mouse is more efficient.
when will newbies stop posting the same question that has already been posted hundreds of times?paco taco mike said:when will apple make a two button/scroll wheel mouse?
I use two button but I do know many people who are more efficient using a keyboard for most of their work and only use a mouse intermittently. Just matters how your mind tends to work, etc as to the preference, etc. Keyboard commands can be very efficient- me, I never want to remember all of them...I use quite a few, but not all for sure.noel4r said:Well, what does a single button mouse do more efficiently than a two button mouse?