Fresh install one week ago of Fedora 11 x86_64.
The first thing I did after installing Fedora was to get my Pro|Click Mobile mouse working. It remained working perfectly until this morning.
All wireless mice use batteries and, to conserve battery life, the manufacturers build a sleep mode into the mouse. If the mouse is unused for fifteen minutes or so it goes to sleep. Wiggling it back and forth a couple times wakes it back up.
Until this morning that feature was working fine. But when I sat down at the computer this morning wiggling the mouse did not bring the computer out of the screensaver. I had to hit Esc on the keyboard. And once I could see the screen I discovered why wiggling the mouse did not turn off the screensaver - the mouse was dead.
To get it working again I had to remove it, then reinstall it. Now it works, but every time it goes into sleep mode it completely disconnects. I have to go back into Blueman and reconnect it. And if I leave the computer for fifteen minutes, when I come back the mouse has disconnected again.
I put fresh batteries in the mouse, but it didn't make any difference.
I've poked at all the options in Blueman, but I can't find anything that will fix the problem. I hope someone has some suggestions.