where is the scroll on the magic mouse?
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anywhere you want but you need the wireless software update 1.0 which you can get through software update
- Answered by Dylan L
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You don't need one. The whole surface of Magic Mouse work same as your ibook or macbook's mouse pad. Just put one of your finger at surface part of the mouse and scroll it any direction 360〬. Then whaallaaa.
To switch page in Safari, put your two fingers at surface part of the mouse and scroll it to left and right
Here is the quote: "The Multi-Touch area covers the top surface of Magic Mouse, and the mouse itself is the button. Scroll in any direction with one finger, swipe through web pages and photos with two, and click and double-click anywhere. Inside Magic Mouse is a chip that tells it exactly what you want to do. Which means Magic Mouse won’t confuse a scroll with a swipe. It even knows when you’re just resting your hand on it."
That's why they call it Magic Mouse. It really looks like magic. Go Apple.....
- Answered by Isabella S from Houston
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it is a touch sensitive mouse, there is NO scroll, just swipe your finger vertically! like you would on a laptop trackpad
- Answered by Francisco A from San Antonio
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The entire face of the mouse can be used as scroll. Its like a multi touch trackpad-so you can even zoon, flick, and rotate pictures,etc.
- Answered by Meredith W from Addison
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The entire top surface of the mouse is much like the touchpad on a laptop. so by scrolling like you would on your laptop touchpad using two fingers. this would work the same on the top of this mouse
- Answered by Thomas B
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There is no longer a scroll ball on the Magic Mouse. You use your finder and swipe up and down across the top to scroll up and down. You can also scroll side to side by swiping left or right across the top.
- Answered by Josh H from South Hutchinson
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Because the Magic Mouse uses multi-touch technology, the scroll is anywhere you want it to be on the mouse. Simply flick you finger vertically to scroll up, horizontally to scroll side to side, or in a circle to do both at once.
- Answered by Andrew W from Tarzana
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The video explains that the whole top surface of the mouse acts as button, scroll wheel and multi-touch, depending on the direction and number of fingers you use.
- Answered by Dale D from Irvine
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Anywhere. Just place your finger on the mouse and slide it up or down on the mouse like you would normally do. The whole top surface is one big sensor.
- Answered by Nick K from Cincinnati
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There is no scroll wheel or ball, however you can still scroll. The mouse is multi touch, so you can scroll in any direction just by moving your finger across the surface with one finger.
- Answered by Brian H from Atlanta
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There is no scroll. It's all by touch. Imagine it as a laptop mouse pad, except you can take it anywhere!
- Answered by Yunshen L from Irvine
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You scroll with your finger. The whole mouse is a multi touch pad. You just...flick.
- Answered by Annette M from Bloomington
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Just run one or two fingers down the surface of the mouse where a scroll ball would be on other mice, and it will scroll down like it does with a Mac laptop.
- Answered by Claudia T from Skokie
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As the Magic Mouse product page states, "brush one finger along the Multi-Touch surface to scroll in any direction and to pan a full 360 degrees."
- Answered by Jason B from Ringgold
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The Magic Mouse automatically detects any scrolling gestures you make on its surface, weather you use one finger (as you would with a trackball) or two fingers (as you would with a trackpad).
speaking from experience its pretty awesome!
- Answered by Rick E
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The central part of the new magic mouse is able to feel the movements of your finger on it!
- Answered by Giuseppe A from Lecce
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You use the top surface of the mouse much like a trackpad to scroll. i.e. you move a single finger up/down or left/right over the top surface to scroll in those directions.
- Answered by Lucas S from Englewood
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You scroll with 2 fingers, like on the multi-touch trackpad.
- Answered by Steven B from Coral Gables
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The scroll's part of the Multi-Touch gestures. The scroll-ball is gone, you can just swipe your finger over the mouse!
- Answered by Rob H
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This mouse supports gestures. Just swipe your fingers across the top, slide a finger up or down. I recommend you watch the video on the apple.com, it makes it very clear.
- Answered by Ian S from Milford
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Is there a Button 3/Scroll Ball feature?
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How can I reach the second row on my dashboard with my magic mouse since I don't have the scroll ball anymore
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does anyone have experience of a magic mouse scrolling thru pages in InDesign (pretty much) on it's own? this trackpad may be just what we need!
- Asked by James B from Teddington
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