Features[ edit ] Traditional ball mechanism Mice manufactured by Apple typically emphasize use of a single button control interface. It was not until that Apple introduced a mouse featuring a scroll ball and four programmable "buttons. History[ edit ] In , Apple was planning a business computer and arranged a visit with Xerox Parc research center to view some of their experimental technology. During an interview, Engelbart said "SRI patented the mouse, but they really had no idea of its value. With the design complete, the operating system was adapted to interface with the single button design using keystrokes in combination with button clicks to recreate some of the features desired from the original Xerox three-button design. The original mouse was essentially a rectangular block of varying beige and gray color and profile for about a decade.
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Photos of the battery cover and spring disasembled and assembled. Would have simply thrown them on the scanner, but the all-in-one unit with scanner that was installed was removed yesterday to be donated with the laptop mentioned in my original post. The round end of the spring pops the battery cover off when the latch is released.
The other end depresses the switch in the mouse when the slide in the battery cover is moved. The wired version of a mouse similar in construction to that unit came with my iMac.
What a concept! Spock would say. Super glue was my first thought, but spring steel is hard to get liquid type adhesives to adhere to. I dug out my freestanding magnifier, and it almost looks like the "pins" probably had an upper, smaller in dia. Hope that was a joke for real, as that never an option for my repairs.
I see no value other than shorter typed links in email, forums, newsgroups, etc. And of course, they are tracking you to. So, as you may have guessed by now, I do not use Safari. But been online before there was a world wide web, and a baud modem was state of the art. It seems to me that you are suffering from a chronic case of missing-the-point. The first time you clicked that link it was me wasting your time; my bad, but gotcha, laughs all around.
Did not miss the point, and I am not laughing. Wasting the time of your friends is one thing, wasting the time of strangers is simply bad manners. Any time you clicked it after that you knew what was going to happen, so you were wasting your own time. I learned a long time ago, to always, always check the mfgr.
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