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danusko

click wtih logitech mx 1000

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Hi all

is here somebody who knows if its possible define for 8 and more buttons mouses the other buttons (no left, right or middle button).

F.e.

When i want run a script, who knows when i press and hold side button (f.e.: back or forward) and make some other action as "back" (because i hold the button, when i click is it back, when i hold i want ctrl +home).

is it possiblle define in autoit?

ps: i know define some action in soft which is for this mouse, but not everything what i want.

thanke you

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Hi all

is here somebody who knows if its possible define for 8 and more buttons mouses the other buttons

Did your mouse come with sofware to "assign" functions to the mouse buttons? If so, check to see if the functions can be programs. Some such mice and "tablets" had programmable buttons that were simply a means for running scripts, batch files, macros, etc.

...by the way, it's pronounced: "JIF"... Bob Berry --- inventor of the GIF format

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I've got this mouse. This works fine.

Everything except for the left and right click can be put to a "keystroke assignment"

Put in some keystroke that you dont use (I use a Ctrl ~)

Now put it as a hotkey in autoit.

Now the script gets called whenever you hit the button.

For more fun put a case statement in there and have it do different things depending on whats on the screen at the time you hit the button.

Works great.

The only thing I'd like to figure out is a way to call the "application switch" from within autoit. I can't figure out what program the mouse is calling when that button is hit, and its the one button that can't be moved to another button on the mouse.

But you can use a script to detect when that window pops up and move it from the current mouse pos to a consistent location on the screen.

Edited by cal

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