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Posted on 2004-04-08
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I just got an IBM 800 DPI Scrollpoint Pro Optiical mouse.  It does not have a scroll wheel.  Instead, it has a scroll  level where the wheel would normally be.  It is trickly to put light enought pressure on the scroll lever so that the pages does not scroll too quickly.  Are there any software adjustements I can make to slow down the scroll speed?  I have already set the wheel scroll line speed to 1 line per turn.
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sstouk earned 250 total points
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I would check IBM web site  for IBM 800 DPI Scrollpoint Pro Optiical Mouse driver.
If IBM has one, they might include such control in it.

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Thanks..turns out that I had not installed the driver properly because I  had not disabled the IBM nav drivers.
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