Unfortunately I haven't been able to reproduce this yet, if you can find any pattern please let me know. Have you already tried the current alpha version? I installed alpha and nothing has changed. I can't really see any patterns, left mouse button just stop working after over a dozen of clicks.
Sometimes it is several dozens. In all programs One pattern though, I can exit betterTouchTool and it keeps working. Once the mouse's left clicks stop having effect, left clicks triggered with Karabiner MouseKeys also have no effect. Other mouse button clicks generated by the mouse or MouseKeys continue to work throughout and are not affected.
Cannot left click, Only right click is available.
Until they stop working again some seconds or minutes later — after just a few or dozens of clicks. If BetterTouchTool is not running, the left clicks work at all times. The effect is the same whether Karabiner is loaded or not. BetterTouchTool being loaded is definitely the hinge point to triggering the problem.
Guys, any alternatives to betterTouchTool if I use it only for keyboard shortcuts? It's clearly a deal breaker for me. However if you need something more powerful I recommend Hammerspoon which bridges various system level APIs into a Lua scripting engine. I have not experienced this issue since upgrading to 2. I've just taken 2. Your changes did the trick.
Unable to Click with Trackpad or Mouse in Mac OS? Here’s the Fix!
Zero occurrences running 2. Unfortunately after this fix now I have problems with trackpad in macbook. Very similar to what was happening with mouse. I press trackpad many times and nothing is happening. It's happening a lot of times. When I turn off better touch tool completely or disable it for all apps this problem is not happening.
I think it could be hard to fix it, so maybe better touch tool could have option to disable everything related to mouse and trackpads? I use betterTouchTool almost only for altering keyboard and shortcuts and calling system commands like notification center so I would gladly disable all touch related stuff. It was my fault, more info here: comment. I actually have the problem with the trackpad built into laptop now. Randomly it gets into a "mode" where I just can't left click anything.
Right click still works, so I use that to close BTT, and things work again.
I use double finger press for right click. Unfortunately, I didn't note the version where it began again.
1. Check the mouse’s batteries
I'm currently on 2. Symptoms are left click of Logitech Anywhere MX intermittently becoming inoperative that's resolved by any tap on the MBP trackpad — same as previously described. Same issue! I've also just started noticing this.
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It's very halting to productive flow to have clicks not register reliably. Left click being the the prime action and all. Any ETA for fix?
After using BTT for years, I needed to pause it because it is very annoying This thread has been automatically locked. In case you still experience the issue please create a new post there. Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up. Try turning off other nearby wireless devices. Depending on the wireless band your device uses, you might be encountering destructive interference. While some mice work on the relatively empty 27 MHz band, other mice are on the extremely-crowded 2.
[SOLVED] MacBook Pro Left Click not working - Spiceworks
If nothing helps, try a different receiver as well. Force the connection to reset by either removing the USB receiver or toggling Bluetooth on and off, depending on how your mouse connects to your Mac. You can also refresh the connection by restarting your Mac. Almost all mice use some sort of computer-side configuration utility to manage things like button assignment and scrolling features.
Logitech uses either Logitech Options or Logitech Gaming, depending on the model of mouse. Regardless of the software, you can try removing your mouse from the configuration utility, restarting the Mac, and then adding the mouse back again. All mice are compatible with macOS, but not all software runs on macOS. If your mouse is double-clicking, not sensing your clicks, or otherwise processing input incorrectly, it could be a hardware failure. After about , clicks, you can expect most mice to show some wear. This normally manifests as errant double-clicks in the primary click button.
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