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Works great on my HP G60 but I cannot alter the tracking speed of my mouse. I have it *almost* usable, vertical/horizontal scroll works, my tap-to-click is disabled which is EXCELLENT news.

One thing is the PrefPane is not visible for my trackpad, nor does the calibration respond in the FFScroll prefpane.

How would I manually change the speed of my mouse, can I edit a file?

Thanks for all your work on this!!

EDIT: My OS/setup is iDeneb 10.5.7 (Leo)

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Will this work with Snow Leopard???????

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Yes

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I get KP's and when i don't mouse doesn't work, Extensions.mkext was wiped and permissions repaired still same problem.

So will have to use another Hacked ApplePS2Controller file

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What system are you using and what build? It works fine for me with a bit of altering to how it's loaded. Proof: http://www.javakrypt.com/mac/snow/ - go to the mouse section. Download the ApplePS2Controller.kext if you don't have a back up, it's the original one.

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I'm running Apple Mac OSX 10.6 Retail with 10.6.3 update. I managed to get the Mouse working but then keyboard stopped working using the voodoo mouse package.

I still have the backups of the other driver. I got the tap click working too on 10.6.3 just need to get the god dam keyboard working and the Wifi.

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Try replacing the original ApplePS2Keyboard.kext inside the PlugIns folder inside ApplePS2Controller.kext.

http://www.insanelym...howtopic=191609 check this thread too.

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Thanks!

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I'm instaled in Snow Leopard, but not configure in mouse section.. The tap work.. Idea for configuration??
Sorry my English!

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I have managed to get tap working will post the kext late, but the mouse is somewhat over sensitive and stays in the bottom right conor any ideas on a fix.

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So was browsing through and saw a big complaint was not being able to edit/change the speed of the mouse and how ff made it jerky/unresponsive/and didnt work at all in some cases. Go here: http://triq.net/arti...ration-download

Download that, open the prepane, add it, and then reopen it. When your done and have it open you'll see two options...one for a mouse and one for a trackpad. Use the track pad and put it to 0.3x. That worked PERFECTLY for me after trying a {censored} ton of things. Hope it works for someone else :( Dell Latitude D630. Now lets see if we can slow down the scroll with the side of the pad :P

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install gets stuck on about 1 minute..





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