mouse.vusb.enable = "TRUE" mouse.vusb.useBasicMouse = "FALSE" The above settings will enable a virtual vmware mouse with 20 buttons. However, in certain situations vmware is not mapping the mouse event arriving at the host to the correct guest event. Exactly why it fails to send the correct mouse event is a good question that is not covered.
Lets you specify a dom node or React ref you want to attach the gesture to. eventOptions: Lets you customize if you want events to be passive or captured. window: Lets you specify which window element the gesture should bind events to (only relevant for the drag gesture). enabled: When set to false none of your handlers will be fired.
The Silverlight app (it's actually a map) must react on mouse wheel event. But the browser's vertical scroll reacts on mouse wheel too and it disturbs the Silverlight app's work (in fact, they react together). The question is how to block browser's vertical scroll reaction when mouse is over the Silverlight app?
The mouse has independent RGB LEDs too (11 LEDs I could spot). As far as I know, the DPI can also not be changed. The only way to differentiate the two is the grey/silver color in the middle of the mouse. The feel for the mouse is great too and frankly, I'm a little disappointed, but hey I bought a PC and they gave me a free mouse.
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The navigation control handles map browsing with mouse events (dragging, double-clicking, and scrolling the wheel). Create a new navigation control with the OpenLayers.Control.Navigation control. Note that this control is added to the map by default (if no controls array is sent in the options object to the OpenLayers.Map constructor).