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SubjectRe: (driver) New life for Serial mice
Hi!

> > > Can't it make mouse jump forward and back when user suddenly stops?
> >
> > In theory - yes. It doesn't seem to be a problem in practice, though.
> > It'll happen when a user slows down the mouse pointer motion faster than
> > exponentially (base 2). I haven't been able to stop that fast.
>
> Put a big brick on your desktop and $ram$ it with your mouse. :-)

:-)))))))))))))))))))))

Put warning in Configure.help that this driver is not compatible with
certain kinds of bricks ;-))))).
Pavel
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