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#1 MichaelQ

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Posted 08 April 2008 - 11:05 PM

EDIT - Title of post should be Mouse NOT Working ....

When I open certain parts of Domainer, I find my mouse isn't able to be used to select things like Menus, Check Boxes or even simple Cancel / OK buttons.

Happens when I open up a Smart Group to edit it - cant select anything with the mouse. Have to use the keyboard to move around.

Same for Export As CSV off the File Menu. I can't Tick / Untick any of the boxes using the mouse. Using the arrow keys on the keyboard lets me move up and down the list, but I haven't found the magic button to let me Tick / Untick any of them. (Space didn't work)

I'm using a 2 year old intel imac, Leopard 10.5.2, Domainer 1.6.

EDIT - using a Apple Aluminum Wired Keyboard with a Logitech Laser Mouse plugged into the keyboard. Never had the problem with another program.

Edited by MichaelQ, 08 April 2008 - 11:11 PM.


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Posted 09 April 2008 - 08:24 AM

Hi,

With version 1.6, close the edit domains window before you show the Smart Groups editor. This should resolve the mouse problems. We will address this in a free update, sorry for the problems.

#3 MichaelQ

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Posted 09 April 2008 - 09:29 AM

Hi,

With version 1.6, close the edit domains window before you show the Smart Groups editor. This should resolve the mouse problems. We will address this in a free update, sorry for the problems.


Seems to have done the trick. Can't remember if I had the Edit Domain window open this afternoon - had so much stuff open while I was playing its possible. Working now though.

Thanks for your quick response here and on the other posts I had.

Michael




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