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Enable third button options for generic third-party mice
Authored by: Xris on Jun 03, '09 11:38:57PM

Mi problem wasn't that the button didn't show up, it was that I didn't get the extra options as in the Mighty Mouse settings. Most notably the Application Switcher, which was the one I wanted.

@tuckerch:

Yes I also found several app's, preference panes, drivers, etc... But why pay when you can hack for free (apart from the fact that I have no means (credit card) to pay for software over the web ;-( ).

@llee.

As I said in the hint, I changed ALL instances. And don't forget to unplug, load the new .kext, and then replug you mouse.

@tempel:

Since the preferences "stick", you can put the .kext back to its original form and your changes will survive (at least several on my 10.4 installation) updates.



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