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    using a wireless mouse and theres a delay when i use it if i clik on timeline to move cursor down it, or clik on an effect , anything, i have to do it a coupe of times for it to happen. any idea why?

  • #2
    Don't know if this will help but I uninstalled my Mouse software and just use the generic Windows driver and seems to work far better

    Regards Barry
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    • #3
      i dont have mouse software on this new computer.

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      • #4
        may not be the mouse

        Is the mouse working fine in other programs ? I have the exact same thing. So does everyone else I know who has installed Edius 6 or 6.2 Same thing with the keyboard too. My mouse works perfectly in Edius 5. Sure hope they fix vers 6 VERY soon. Customers are jumping ship around here. Some have gone back to vers 5.5

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        • #5
          I use a wireless mouse just fine no problems.
          Steve

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          • #6
            Keyboard and wireless mouse work fine here on all systems. Logitech and Microsoft. Try different drivers

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            • #7
              I have just replaced two mice (mouses- meeses?). Unbeknown to me at the time was that these have a battery saving function where , if the mouse is not clicked for a period ( seems variable) they go bye-byes(irritating) and need one click to wake them up. Is this a possibility Jim?
              Rod
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              • #8
                yes, happens here as well

                at first I thought the PC froze because mouse pointer no longer moved

                then when clicking, it wakes up

                there are other downsides to wireless mice such as being heavy because of batteries
                Anton Strauss
                Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                • #9
                  get the latest logitech ones - batteries last years and no need to wake them up

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by mattie View Post
                    get the latest logitech ones - batteries last years and no need to wake them up
                    Agreed..................................
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