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Subject:RE: scrolling trackballs and Frame, MSWord From:Lisa Wong <lwong -at- netcabtec -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 9 May 2001 09:35:14 -0500
I've yet to discover why everyone is curious about my nick :) Actually, I
accidentally typed that. I normally don't, particularly for work...
If any of you have "played" on IRC, there's a function that allows you to
Slap another user. My first time on IRC (about 8-10 years ago), I was
tinkering around the options in a room with some friends and unintentionally
"Slapped" myself with a "very big trout." It timed in perfectly with the
conversation in the room: kinky sex. I've been stuck since <sigh>. Don't
know why I didn't end up as the Snake Goddess or something more prestigious
than a smelly Trout.
Anyway, to sort of stay on track... I tried that link with the IntelliMouse
driver 3.2 and it works :) I can now scroll in FrameMaker. Of course, since
they replaced my hard drive on Monday after it got toasted, FrameMaker saves
reeeeeaaaaalllllyyyy sloooowwwww. On a 7 pg document with only one TIF
graphic, it takes a good 30 seconds to save.
--Lisa, the TroutQueen
From: Doug Grossman [mailto:Doug -dot- Grossman -at- sas -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2001 2:38 PM
To: 'Lisa Wong'
Subject: RE: scrolling trackballs and Frame, MSWord
Now hold on a cotton-pickin' second there! You can't just throw out a
signature line such as "Lisa, the TroutQueen" and expect people not to
inquire for a more detailed explanation!
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