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There are few things that can fix this problem. First, check if you have enabled Minecraft's cinematic camera, you can find its hotkey in Minecraft control settings. If this is not, maybe you have to change the mouse sensitivity in Minecraft mouse settings.


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I would guess a lot of games do not 'listen' for a click event, but watch for the LMB to be clicked (since that usually can be remapped somewhere else.) The difference: When you click on the desktop for instance, 2 things are fired: 1- That the button on your mouse has been pressed, and then Windows knows to take that button press and interpret it as 'you ...


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