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Topic # 11300 15-Jan-2007 09:13
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Up until now the mouse cursor on IE would be the Text Selection by default - meaning I could left-click on the mouse and select text from the page. Now it changed to a hand (the "drag" tool), meaning that when I left-click the mouse I can no longer select text, instead draging the page up and down.

Does anyone know how to change this back?





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  Reply # 57909 15-Jan-2007 09:36
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Is this on IE7? I have not seen this on my IE7 on eo i7210. I like the idea as then I don't have to TIP on arrrow down/up.

Back to the topic, ummm haven't seen the option to enable/disable this.




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Reply # 57912 15-Jan-2007 09:48
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Is there any update to IE7 lately that may trigger this feature? or could it be a mouse software to change the basic behaviour of the window?




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  Reply # 57914 15-Jan-2007 10:42
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Just brainstorming here, what does the right button do? I'm wondering if maybe the mouse setup has changed from left handed to right handed or vice versa.



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  Reply # 57918 15-Jan-2007 11:15
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have you tried removing (if any) add-ons to IE7 like the google and yahoo tool bars?
Or gone to manage add-ons in internet options, programs. and removed any you are unsure of?

or tried a reset of ie?



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Reply # 57919 15-Jan-2007 11:40
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No add-ons installed, no toolbars with bloated stuff... Just did a reset and it's all good again. Still don't know why, but somethings just happen...

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  Reply # 57925 15-Jan-2007 11:59
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I have never seen this before in IE7. Looked at all the options but couldn't find anything that might explain this behaviour. Just one of those random things huh.


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  Reply # 57927 15-Jan-2007 12:25
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IE7 on Vista64? Perhaps you need a WHQL cursor for it... Tongue out






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