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dudleyb

Mouse scroll either full zoom or no zoom

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Just a few days ago the game decided to change the way my mouse's scroll wheel works. It is either on or off when zooming into a map, when viewing the chat box, etc.

I didn't change anything in the game.

Any ideas?

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I just tinkered with the settings in Windows 7, but didn't have any effect. It's like the scroll is either making it zoom entirely in, or entirely out. No sequential steps.

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yea have a different mouse to test it out with?

mice go bad all the time lol especially new ones for some odd reason

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yea have a different mouse to test it out with?

mice go bad all the time lol especially new ones for some odd reason

made in china perhaps?

I can't get mice to live long either...cheap buttons

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made in china perhaps?

I can't get mice to live long either...cheap buttons

my MX500's buttons started to go, then it'd loose signal after that and finally it just died.

new MX something something died four months after i bought it.

whats strange is i'm not even hard on my mice. they dont get dropped or anything banged against the table or crap. its just normal everyday use...i'll never buy another logitech mouse again ever in my life.

I'm back to using the same old trusty optical mouse i've had since the late 1990's. it still works and its had 40x the milage of those logitech mice could even fathom.

paints done worn off on the buttons and back side. starting to form little finger dents in the plastic at this point.

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