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And as mentioned earlier, there’s no scrollball button. On the Apple Mouse, the scrollball button is set to launch Dashboard by default. As with Exposé, Apple recommends using an F-key to launch Dashboard.
I knew there was no button for Exposé, but didn’t care because I was never convinced by the way it worked on the peripheral formerly known as Mighty Mouse, and you can use hot corners for that anyway (not to mention that the new mouse is the reason why Exposé is now accessible by click-holding a Dock icon in Snow Leopard) — but I didn’t realize there was no middle button, either. I seriously couldn’t operate a computer without a middle mouse button to open links in new tabs.