does it work well for graphic design purposes for instance precision?

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    the weight and base design gives it precise movement if you're moving control points....however the lack of a third button doesn't make it ideal for 3d programs such as xsi.

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  • Yes very precise, and awesome for Graphic/Web Design

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  • Very very precise. Three graphic designers in the agency I'm currently working in and myself are very happy with it. About the third button, you can solve that with an app (beta) called BetterTouchTool. It will make your Magic Mouse do all the magic it possibly can.

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  • Unfortunately, the magic mouse has one drawback for precision applications. It has an acceleration feature that changes the tracking rate depending on the speed of movement. For example, if you move the mouse two inches to the right, then move it two inches to the left, the mouse cursor does not end up at its original location if your hand moved back and forth at different speeds. I've yet to find a way to disable this annoying 'feature'.

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  • It is precise, but be aware of accidental scroll problem -- It scrolls by just touching the mouse almost anywhere. If the programs you use are sensitive to the scroll wheel (or zooming in CAD, for example, this can be very annoying.)

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