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This Properties window allows you to personalize your pointing device settings. Use the menu tree to the left to access the customizable features.
Using the Properties Window
Click on a feature in the menu tree to see a page of settings for that feature. Some features have several pages of settings. Click on the+ (plus sign) next to a feature to see all its related pages. The settings will appear in the window to the right of the menu tree. Information about these options and instructions on how to change them will appear here in this information box. You can use the scroll bar to view the contents of the information box.
The Defaults button returns all the settings on the currentpage back to their factory-set values.
The OK button saves your changes and closes the Properties window.
The Cancel button closes the Properties window without saving any changes and reverts to all the previous settings.
The Apply button saves your changes, but keeps the Properties window open so you can make more changes.
TheEnable buttons check box enables the "mouse" buttons for this pointing device. To configure the action performed when you press a button, select the name of the button from the menu tree. For example, you could define the right button to "go to a web page in your default browser." Each time you click the right button on your pointing device, your web browser would automatically open and loadthe specified page.
When Enable buttons is not selected, the buttons are disabled and pressing them has no effect; tapping is the only way to click with your pointing device.
Scroll item under pointer
Select this option if you want to scroll the window or item that is under the pointer. With this option you do not need to click on a window first in order to scroll it.NOTE: This feature might not work with Windows 95.
Select an action from the list above to assign it to the selected button. The selected action will occur every time you press the button.
If you are unable to select an action from the list, ensure the buttons are enabled. To enable the buttons, perform the following steps:
1. Select Buttons in the menu tree to the left.
2.Select the Enable buttons check box.
3. Select the button from the Buttons menu tree to return to this page.
This button brings up a configuration dialog box pertaining to the action selected in the list box.
The Press-to-Select feature allows you to use tapping and pressing motions to perform "mouse" clicks.
Tapping or pressing on the tip of thepointing stick is the same as clicking the left mouse button. However, tapping or pressing can be quicker and more convenient than using the mouse button.
"Tapping" means quickly striking and then releasing your finger from the top of the pointing stick. A light, quick tap works best. Very hard or slow taps are less effective. Tap once for a single click, or twice in rapid succession for adouble-click.
"Pressing" means swiftly pushing down on the top of the pointing stick with your finger. A light, deliberate press works best. Press straight down to simulate clicking and holding the mouse button. Press straight down and then to the side to click-and-drag in any direction. Release the pressure when you want to release the mouse button.
Select the Enable Press-to-Select check boxto enable this feature.
The physical buttons can also be used to click; if you clear this check box, the physical buttons are the only way to click.
This menu tree lists the options for your pointing device. To configure an option, click on the entry corresponding to the option.
The Pointer Motion settings pages allow you to specify how the "mouse"...