I am interested in buying Rapoo Wireless Touch Optical Mouse T6.
As killer feature it has:
Intelligent Multi-Touch technology brings a creative driving gesture
Will it work under Ubuntu 12.04?
I have a Rapoo 6610 dual-mode wireless mouse (like this: http://www.amazon.com/Rapoo-Bluetooth-Wireless-Optical-6610/dp/B00ANGBCF8). It supports both RF mode (that requires a dedicated receiver) and Bluetooth mode. I usually use it in RF mode. It has been working normally for about one year.
Currently, I have successfully installed androidx86 to my netbook(that really saved the netbook,android run at light speed!),however, I noticed a problem, when I play some app in it, the mouse don't work!(I only can control android with mouse with keyboard)I can move the curser,but clicks don't work. Later, i done some reasearch and found that the mouse do not have size!
I have a Toshiba Satellite C55 which is configured as a dual boot (Windows 8/ Ubuntu 12.04 LTS)
Recently I connected a USB mouse and since the touch pad on the laptop has stopped working with or with out the USB mouse. The two buttons are working. I have referenced a following post but have not been able to find a solution.
This is a wireless combo: keyboard, mouse and receiver. It doesn't have a short product name except for "2.4 Ghz Wireless Desktop & Optical Mouse" (it has a model code written on a corner of the box: KB5100W). Although it is a low budget product, it is...
I recently bought a very expensive 60 Dollar wireless mouse. This mouse connects to a Wireless Network Card, instead of using a USB Dongle. I cannot get this to work in Ubuntu 12.04, and I don't want to return it. How can I get this too work?
I have an Imac which i have been running on 10.6 for ages and was fine but I just upgraded to 10.9.1.
It was working fine for a week and now my mouse either moves with incredible slowness and short steps requiring multiple swipes to get the cursor across the screen, or it will go quite fast and have the cursor far from where I intended.
I have a MarsBoard with an i.MX6 ARM processor and an Yocto embedded Linux. The board came with a touch screen, that works - at the moment - like a mouse. When I touch something, the mouse courser appears there. I also installed Chromium 35, based on Aura which - as I read - supports multi touch support. Though it doesn't work, even if I start the Chromium with touch enabled parameter.