Microsoft Optical Wheel Mouse

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  1. EarleD

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    I have one of these in great shape with original packaging. Includes CD with software.

    Asking $25 obo, willing to trade also.

    Thanks

    Earle
     
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    Which one exactly is it? Does it have 2 side buttons; one for Back and the other for Forward? Looks like this:
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    YGM And what does TTT stand for? [​IMG]
     
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    TTT = To The Top (yet another form of "bumping" a thread)
     
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    Just curious. What does " bump" mean when you see that posted?
     
  7. Chuck Frady

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    John,

    Bumping=TTT=thread gets placed at the top of the list.

    Any time you post a response, any response, in a thread, that thread goes to the top of the list. So when you place a for sale add, and as the day progresses, that add gets lower and lower on the list so eventually, it no longer appears in the current screen of adds. You have to select "Show messages for the last X days"

    It used to be not allowed to "Bump" or "TTT" your own thread. It would seem that management has turned a blind eye to this.
     

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