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OpenOffice distances itself from OpenOfficeMouse, joins everyone else

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Well, the OpenOfficeMouse rightly caused a bit of skepticism when it was officially announced earlier this week, and it turns out it is something of a fraud after all -- just not the way you might think.

Yes, the multi-buttoned mouse is still all too real (in prototype form, at least), and supposedly set for a release... sometime, but it seems that mouse's creator got a bit ahead of himself in slapping the OpenOffice name on it.

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Way too much

Rolling On The Floor I've found all I really need is two buttons and a wheel.

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