The mouse is not the button. Just touch.

The mouse is not the button. Not pressed. Touching is ok for action. Scrolling does not matter. I do not use scrolling. Only the , copy, paste functions.
Is the mouse which is not pressed, only touched and it works.

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Is there a question here?

This alone doesn't seem to reveal an issue or question.

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whether made mouse, touch, not pressed.

Is it for sale and by which manufacturer. No need to press. Touch is enough. I can not find a mouse that does not press the button where the touch is enough.

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That's better.

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