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Mouse setting

September 2010 — last update June 2011

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Children who discover the mouse use do not have at the beginning gestures precise enough to get the cursor at the right place. For this reason DoudouLinux changes the mouse speed depending on activities. This way the computer gets adapted to children instead of the contrary. Mouse is slow in the menu of activities and in activities targeting small children, less slow in intermediary activities and normal in more advanced activities.

Also in the most advanced activities, mouse speed can be tuned in the case it would not fit. Of course the tool is in the tab “Tune”. Unlike what general public systems often propose, mouse setting in DoudouLinux requires choosing among 4 possible modes only:

  • kids
  • slow
  • normal
  • fast

This has immediate effect and it is saved in activity preferences. However if the data persistence as not been activated, settings are lost at reboot.

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