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Aug 09, 2010 09:41 |  #1

I am using PScs3 and bridge. Lately something strange has been happening and I cannot get it to stop. When in bridge or PS when I click with the mouse it often acts as if I have double clicked. I only click once but it is as if it is too sensitive. One tiny click acts like i double clicked. very annoying. This does not occur when i use the wacom with pen. Only with mouse.

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Aug 09, 2010 10:20 |  #2

I'm using Adobe Bridge 4.0.2.1 and they can modified in Preferences/General/Be​haviours...


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Aug 09, 2010 10:30 |  #3

I looked under preferences and did not see anything for the mouse clicks. I am at work right now but will look again when I get home this evening.




  
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Aug 09, 2010 12:33 |  #4

Your mouse is probably dying. It's a mechanical problem, the left clicker is giving out. Sometimes you can fix by taking the mouse apart and cleaning it. But many are impossible to dismantle without doing more damage.

Photoshopping involves a lot of left-clicking. I use Logitech wireless and they only last about a year. Tried other brands, but still prefer Logitech. Just bought a new "V220" to replace same model that died in 8 months. On sale at BestBuy for only $15.




  
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Aug 09, 2010 12:47 as a reply to  @ Redcrown's post |  #5

BTW...... Bridge CS3 is troublesome. Have you done the update via Bridge > Help > Update?


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Aug 09, 2010 15:06 |  #6

Redcrown wrote in post #10688323 (external link)
Your mouse is probably dying. It's a mechanical problem, the left clicker is giving out. Sometimes you can fix by taking the mouse apart and cleaning it. But many are impossible to dismantle without doing more damage.

Photoshopping involves a lot of left-clicking. I use Logitech wireless and they only last about a year. Tried other brands, but still prefer Logitech. Just bought a new "V220" to replace same model that died in 8 months. On sale at BestBuy for only $15.

I did wonder about the mouse dying but it works fine in Windows???

ChasP505 wrote in post #10688429 (external link)
BTW...... Bridge CS3 is troublesome. Have you done the update via Bridge > Help > Update?

Bridge is definately troublesome. I thought it auto updated.

thanks for your replies.




  
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Sep 18, 2010 06:26 |  #7

Turns out it was the mouse dying. Bought a new one. Problem solved.




  
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