Re: bluetooth mice

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hi,
there is a bluetooth mailing lists they could help you
for such a problem.
try bluez-users in www.bluez.org

regards
benny


 --- Mail Lists <[email protected]> a écrit : 
>  Hi:
> 
>    Whats the light and the way to make these work
> seamlessly?
> 
>    I have a kensington blue tooth mouse - and IBM
> t42 laptop.
> 
>    After FN-F5 to turn on bluetooth - and service
> bluetooth start
>    I can get the mouse useable by pressing the mouse
> scan button
>    and then doing
>  
>    hidd --connect <address>
> 
>    And it works brilliantly - for a while. If I
> leave the mouse
>    alone it goes into sleep mode (battery save I
> suppose) - 
>    now wiggling the mouse wakes up the mouse but
> there is no
>    longer a connection to the computer.
> 
>    trying hidd --connect <address> 
>    does not get connected either.
> 
>    I have to press the mouse scan button and repeat
> and 
>    hidd --connect.
> 
>    There _must_ be an easier way - no?
> 
>    What I'd like is when I wiggle the mouse and it
> wakes up
>    to be back in business without all the 2 extra
> steps.
> 
>    Wisdom sought ...
> 
>     regards,
> 
>      g/
> 
>    
> 
>    
>    
> 
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