- From: dorayme <dorayme@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 10:38:52 +1000
> From: Evert | Collab <evertN0SP4N@xxxxxxxxx>
>> dorayme wrote: <snip>
>>> But, Blinky, one button mice can be nice. Even better is the no button one -
>>> like the Apple Pro USB white/clear one. Alright already, it is effectively
>>> one button, you press it, ever so sensitive and such a good sounding soft
>>> click. How about the general principle of being able to do more with less.
>>> All this left and right clicking, scrolling and stuff! On my machines, the
>>> functions for right click are (settable) temporal controls: holding the
>>> mouse down a few parts of a sec will trigger a close contextual menu and you
>>> have it all done before you release the one button.
> Seems as a kinda weird statement.. how can you ever be more efficient with one
> hand, than if you would train your vingers [remember why they put more than 1
> key on the keyboard, same principal; but more extreme ;) ]
You need to think this through in a bigger context and it will not seem so
weird. If you want more I am always happy to oblige...