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I have a very simple logitech M235 for over 10 years now (wireless)For mine it was the left mouse button - started giving me double clicks. I replaced it (over 10 years old) with a Logitech M90.
^^ you're right. That's for sure one reason if not the reason why mine is lasting so long.The central button, the one that is linked with the wheel, is the one that is used for moving in space with Blender and it is used intensively, it is also the most fragile because the wheel rests on two thin plastic pieces and this is that for all mouse.
I will finally assign another key to this function.
In ADE often the wheel won't move the screen around when depressing it. And we think if we press harder it will work (like your car sliding on snow... we grip the steering wheel harder to get more control) hahaha. Ain't workin' lately! I have found that in ADE when the wheel won't work use the arrows on the keyboard. MAYBE this might work in Blender.How long do you manage to keep a computer mouse alive ?
It's hell, I feel like I'm going to look for one every four months, the wheel always seems to die before everything else....
I'm thinking of buying a full box