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Old 02-24-2009, 04:28 PM   #1
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Bluetooth Mouse

getting bluetooth mouse to work .

I have kdebluetooth4 Auto Starting in KDE, but it won't start the mouse after logging in.

If I do a right click on kbluetooth4 icon in Tray, then select Device Manager, and there I have to "Remove" the detected mouse, do a "New" and run the "Bluetooth Device Wizard" I can then get the Bluetooth Mouse to work.

I had it being connected after "Login" in KDE, but after a couple of reboots it wouldn't work anymore, I had to go back to the process above to get to work.


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