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Author Topic: IDEA : Right-Click Menu gives an [ENTER] choice and when LEFT-Clicked [ENTER]s  (Read 5575 times)

hrpufnstuf

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Right-Click Menu gives an [ENTER] choice and when LEFT-Clicked [ENTER]s as if one pressed [ENTER] on the Keyboard.

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 :tellme: Where? And what for?

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« Last Edit: April 02, 2008, 07:05:36 PM by skrommel »

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When I highlight & paste URL's, instead of having to reach for the keyboard, I would like to just R-click & ENTER

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Another place is like in Notepad. Say I copy, paste, and want to go to the next line for the next copy, paste line, I wouldn't have to use the keyboard, but could stay with the mouse, by R-clicking, and L-clicking [ENTER]. Can this work, or is the R-click menu always program specific?

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So you want to be able to hit the [ENTER] key with the mouse?
And if possible, through the right-click menu, right?

Hmm

I know I would have my hand on the keyboard anyways for copying and pasting (ctrl+c ctrl+v).

But I'm sure something can be whipped up.

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I adapted someone's script so that Left-Button/ScrollUp(ScrollWheel) sends {Enter}.

I'll post it if you're interested and if I can properly attribute the script.

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Sometimes I use SHIFT + INSERT , but sometimes I use the R-click COPY/PASTE, and just wanted
a R-click ENTER. If someone can do this, it'd be cool to have. And if someone can, where do I find it
after it's created?

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a slight variation, how about holding down the right-mouse button then pressing the left to send an Enter key? if it's ok with you here's the code.. :)

Code: [Select]
; This script sends an "Enter" key when pressing the left-mouse button holding down the right button.
; Useful when in 'click' mode.. ;-)
; Source: hxxp://www.donationcoder.com/forum/index.php?topic=12914.0

#Persistent
#SingleInstance, force

~RButton & LButton::
  Send, {Return}
Return

#x::ExitApp

P.S. use Win+x to exit..

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I appreciate r-click-enter.exe but it doesn't seem to work for me in win98 in *.doc files, *.txt files OR urls in a browser. Can anyone else can make this simple lil' idea a reality?

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hmm.. that's strange but i haven't any Win98 to test. on the other hand, have you tried this on any WinXP machine?

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hrpufnstuf: right click menus varies from program to program. I doubt there's a way to force a custom context menu entry into each program. So Lanux solution is probably the best to be had. And if right+left click does not work in some program, try if right+middle click works (just change "LButton" to "MButton" in Lanux's script).

"When I highlight & paste URL's, instead of having to reach for the keyboard, I would like to just R-click & ENTER"

If you are using Firefox, check out the Drag De Go add-on. With that you can run any non-clickabe URL by dragging and dropping it, without having to press enter. See this post for more on Drag De Go and a similar add-on: http://www.donationc....msg106984#msg106984
« Last Edit: April 06, 2008, 06:17:36 PM by Nod5 »

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 :) Or Maxthon! It's Internet Explorer based, and incredible!

I've also developed a SuperDuperDragAndDrop with customizable actions depending on what app you're in and the direction you drag and drop, but I'm having trouble with DDE and HTML, so it crashes in Internet Explorer. :(

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