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Does the mouse button for Samsung nc10 behaves differently from other single bar netbooks like MSI Wind?
When I press the right or left button, it does not fully spring back to its original position. After pressing right/left button, it becomes angled and NOT flat (or same level as the mouse pad). It seems like it is halfway clicked.
I am just wondering if I have a bad button with my netbook.
I have the same wasn’t like this at first :/
Don’t know what to do though
Mine does that too, but only slightly. I think it’s normal as it’s on a central rocker.
Richard – it was probably a bit stiff when you first got it and has now loosened up.
Well i think it may be down to alot of left/right clicking at the same tine 🙂
I just got it today. I haven’t use it that much.
But it sounds like this is normal for Samsung nc10.
I have MSI Wind and I don’t have this issue.
So, it feels unusual when I use the Samsung nc10.
Mine fully springs back to its original position after pressing the right or left button. Admittedly I only occassionally used those buttons.
There is definitely a little see-saw effect due to the central rocker. I don’t think there is anything to worry about:)
Immediately springs back here. Phew!
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