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1998\11\09@133542 by John Bellini

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Anyone know how to make the Microsoft Intellimouse work in MPLAB?

John B.

1998\11\09@140422 by James Grosbach

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The latest version of MPLAB should work with it.

Also, the latest Microsoft drivers have an option allowing the wheel to be used
even in programs which don't explicitely support it.

James Grosbach
Microchip Technology

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Subject:    Anyone know how to make the Microsoft Intellimouse work in M
Author: spam_OUTJBelliniTakeThisOuTspamSTATPOWER.COM (John Bellini)
Date:       11/9/98 11:33 AM

Anyone know how to make the Microsoft Intellimouse work in MPLAB?

John B.

1998\11\09@145136 by Bob Blick

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Just get the latest Intellimouse driver from the MicroS#!t website. It's
version 2.2 and works fine in everything, not just MPLAB.

-Bob

On Mon, 9 Nov 1998, John Bellini wrote:

> Anyone know how to make the Microsoft Intellimouse work in MPLAB?
>
> John B.
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1998\11\09@151355 by John Bellini

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I tried looking on the Microsoft web site for new drivers but there web
site is so convoluted with stuff I couldn't find it.

I am currently using MPLAB 3.99.23, but no luck with the intellimouse.

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1998\11\09@190327 by ter (Chee Foon Tiang)

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www.microsoft.com/msdownload/intellipoint/intellieng0.asp

Regards,
Peter

>>> John Bellini <.....JBelliniKILLspamspam@spam@STATPOWER.COM> 10/November/1998 04:12am >>>
I tried looking on the Microsoft web site for new drivers but there
web
site is so convoluted with stuff I couldn't find it.

I am currently using MPLAB 3.99.23, but no luck with the intellimouse.

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1998\11\10@205921 by Mark A Moss

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My favorite tool for dealing with microsoft products is a large hammer.

Mark Moss
Amateur Radio Operator, Technician, and General Tinkerer


On Mon, 9 Nov 1998 11:39:23 -0800 Bob Blick <bobspamKILLspamTED.NET> writes:
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Mark Moss
Amateur Radio Operator, Technician, and General Tinkerer

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1998\11\10@210605 by Sean Breheny

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At 02:49 AM 11/10/98 +0000, you wrote:
>My favorite tool for dealing with microsoft products is a large hammer.
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>Mark Moss
>Amateur Radio Operator, Technician, and General Tinkerer

There is an even better way:


                                                           +------+
Intellimouse pins from mini-din -----------------------=   |
                                                   |      |    Your choice
of mains supply
                                                   |      |    voltage
Shield from mini-din-----------------------------------=   |
                                                   +------+



Sean


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1998\11\10@212255 by Dan Larson

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On Tue, 10 Nov 1998 02:49:43 +0000, Mark A Moss wrote:

>My favorite tool for dealing with microsoft products is a large hammer.

No,,, the hammer is for *Intel* products.

Microsoft products are best debugged with a large magnet!

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1998\11\11@161833 by Mark Willis

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Dan Larson wrote:
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> On Tue, 10 Nov 1998 02:49:43 +0000, Mark A Moss wrote:
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> >My favorite tool for dealing with microsoft products is a large hammer.
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> No,,, the hammer is for *Intel* products.
>
> Microsoft products are best debugged with a large magnet!

 I've heard that some folks are partial to an Oxy-Acetylene Torch plus
'bout a gallon of gasoline;  erases those pesky 1's from CD's, Floppies,
or whatever, does a nice flame-up job on manuals and the like, and slags
obnoxious hardware.  Use the gasoline to soften things up, then the
torch to finish off the nastier bits that won't die no matter how
unwanted <G>

 For really bad cases, I sic Jules, my 18 # cat, on 'em.  A bit of cat
fur & some tongue rasping on a floppy does wonders;  Some nice sand from
outdoors does it in.  Static from his nice long fur nukes CPUs nicely.
Manuals make *great* claw sharpening items, once glued together around
the outside edges <G>  A bit of chewing & it's toast.

 Mark, mwillisspamspam_OUTnwlink.com, OT a bit here <G>

1998\11\12@100057 by Brian Striggow

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Along the same lines, try throwing those AOL cd's in the microwave.  Prop
it up against a coffee mug so you can see the show.  Don't overdo or
you'll irritate spouses or coworkers.

> >   I've heard that some folks are partial to an Oxy-Acetylene Torch plus
> 'bout a gallon of gasoline;  erases those pesky 1's from CD's, Floppies,
>

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