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Author Topic: About Shortcuts  (Read 2507 times)


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About Shortcuts
« on: January 16, 2009, 12:36:14 AM »
It´s a small detail but,  is there a way to add a key to a mouse click to call/hide the circle?     Middle button works great, but if you are using, by example, firefox, and are used to open new tabs by clicking the link with the middle button, or close tabs with the same thing, the app gets in the way. I see I can add Keys to other keys, lets say ctrl+space, but it could be great if i can use ctrl+midbutton instead.



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Re: About Shortcuts
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2009, 08:09:12 AM »
As far as I know, that is not possible.
I don't know whether you like the idea, but I use StrokeIt (that's a freeware mouse gesture program) and have all the keyboard shortcuts I frequently used assigned to mouse gestures. This way I can bring up the dock by just drawing a vertical line with my mouse. It takes a little time to set things up but once everything is runnig it will revolutionize your way of using your system.  :Thmbsup: