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Charliem

Any idea where to start?

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Hey, im 100% new to autoit, but i have some experience with python and ti-83 programming (lol).

My problem is, i need my mousewheel to return a key, say 'a', when pressed. it doesnt matter if its is several 'a's, altho 1 would be ideal.

how do you go about making a script that returns 'a' for wheelup and 'b' for wheeldown, and nothing more.

 

i have scite, and not sure where to even begin.

edit: it doesnt have to omit wheelup/wheeldown when returning 'a', or 'b'.

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Hi, Charliem, welcome to the forum. If you do a forum search on either mousewheel or mouse + wheel, you'll find literally hundreds of topics and threads matching your question. You should be able to discern the answer to your question fairly quickly.


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