i love my one button BT mouse, although i wouldnt mind a BT mighty mouse, still waiting apple.MUCKYFINGERS said:I still love my Apple Pro Mouse ... I think it's much more comfortable than my other mice in the house and I enjoy its simplicity very much.
Yes, I also tend to use two fingers to use the mouse when I click.Blue Velvet said:Who loves their one button mouse? I do.
I've tried a few and it's the only mouse that I can do a full day's work with Quark & Photoshop without major hand and wrist problems as clicking pressure is spread across 3 digits instead of just the one index finger.
The weight and shape of it is just right for me it remains my ideal mouse.
Keyboard shortcuts used by my left hand are a much faster and more ergonomically-balanced way of getting round than mousing and pop-up contextual menus.
Surely there's only so much you can say about a 1 button mouse You move it around and you click. One button. End of storyCheese said:The Apple 1 button (Pro) mouse is beyond perfection... perhaps it's "pointing device nirvana"! Sod the multiclickerthingy's.... OOPS. sorry, but I see no need for multi button gadgets that only seem to make the entire computer experience more compicated.
Err... 2x 512Mb sticks. SimpleDafke said:hey jonat8, how did you managed tot get 1 Gb of RAM in your powerbook?
or did you just rounded it off up- or downwards?
i would like to get the one button mouse, but i use Maya, and it's really difficult to move around or zoom in and out in a scene with one button.
I think he must have been thinking that you have a 12" PB, which has 256 soldered on, and one free slot. Obviously you have a 15" or 17".jonat8 said:Err... 2x 512Mb sticks. Simple