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Enhance pointer precision setting can be changed via a call to the windows API. I wrote a small tool that does just that. You can find it on github.io. The change takes effect immediately (If you check that it works via the mouse properties dialog, you have to reopen the dialog).


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For tmux 2.2 and later use: bind-key -t vi-copy MouseDragEnd1Pane copy-pipe "pbcopy"


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I realise you may have found the answer already, but if not, have a look at Logitech MX Master that allows to pair with multiple devices. To switch between them there is a tiny button on the bottom.


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Try following (specially 1st and 7th) Change theme : change to OOTB theme(like Windows Black) and check again Try with different user account : Most of the times this will solve your problem. I am not saying this is final solution but you will narrow down the issue. Try the test in safe mode : If it works in safe mode then the issue is with some running ...


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When you are at your login screen, try switching your USB devices to different ports. If your devices were disabled in Windows somehow, swapping them to a new port should cause them to be re-enabled. Windows generally disables USB devices based off what the device is, and what port it is plugged into. Plugging into a new port should allow you to regain use ...


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Easy Move+Resize is a free and open source tool that does exactly that. I tested it on El Capitan. Cmd + Ctrl + Left Mouse - anywhere inside a window, then drag to move Cmd + Ctrl + Right Mouse - anywhere inside a window, then drag to resize


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Try to use AHK (AutoHotKey) you can find a lot of help in their forums as well.



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