Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 72113
My Genius NetScroll+ doesn't need 3-button emulation
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:45:45 EDT
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Description of problem:
This mouse has 3 buttons already, but when I choose it in Anaconda, it enables
3-button emulation, instead of leaving it disabled. Is this on purpose or just
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Plug a Genius NetScroll+ PS/2 to a PC
2.Start the installer
3.Verify that 3-button emulation is unchecked
4.Choose Genius -> NetScroll+ as the mouse type
Actual Results: 3-button emulation is now checked
Expected Results: I think it shouldn't
I just wanted to confirm this behavior.
The Genius mice are set to this for some reason (historically).
Are there 2 and 3 button models?
I've never seen a Genius NetScroll+ that didn't have 3 buttons. Perhaps the
NetScroll (non-+) has only two. I wouldn't mind if it just didn't change the
3-button emulation button, but always enabling such emulation is clearly wrong,
as I have proof that there are at least two such mice that have 3 buttons, and I
saw more of those at the shop :-) None of them had only 2 buttons, btw.
I'll change the Netscroll+ to not force 3 button. I take your word :)
Verified that with the latest code, Netscroll+ does not have emulate 3 buttons
checked by default and Netscroll does. Fixed.