With the Mouse control, you can specify:
Each of the mouse settings are described below:
By default, the left mouse button is mouse button 1 (the select button). This favors right-handed users, so left-handed users may find it easier to change mouse button 1 to the right mouse button. See also ``Mouse buttons''.
If you click the mouse button and nothing happens, the mouse may be configured for use with the other hand.
You can change the maximum amount of time allowed between the two clicks of a double-click. The slower the double-click setting, the more time is allowed between the two clicks.
You can test your settings on the double-click test pad by selecting and de-selecting it, using double-clicks.
You can change the speed at which you can move the mouse pointer across the screen.
The ``Acceleration'' slider bar sets the speed to which the pointer accelerates after being moved a short distance. The faster the setting, the faster the pointer can move. A fast setting lets you make short, precise movements but still move quickly when you want to move across the screen.
The ``Distance moved before mouse accelerates'' slider bar specifies the distance the pointer moves before it accelerates. The longer the setting, the longer it takes the pointer to accelerate.
To restore your mouse settings to their state before you started modifying them, select Cancel.