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GUISetOnEvent and 3rd mouse button ?

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Hello

How can I catch the 3rd mouse button event ?

Weel up/down events ?

If not possible with a script, do you know how to cath them with a dll call ?

Regards

Apzo.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ndpost&p=135972

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In the Beta version there is a command MouseWheel. This may help you.



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In the Beta version there is a command MouseWheel. This may help you.

MouseWheel is included in the public release 3.1.1 also. :lmao:

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My reply was for if he wanted to act in minimized windows... since I goofed on the ResourceHacker.exe Post yet again!!, I wanted to cover all bases this time :lmao:


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MouseWheel is included in the public release 3.1.1 also. :lmao:

Sorry I never noticed as I very seldom use it. :">


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God help the man who won't help himself, because no-one else will...........My Grandmother

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