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Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Triple-Click Mouse Utility
« on: May 06, 2007, 07:30 PM »
I installed StrokeIt and configured it the way I want.  No triple-click (obviously) but now I've got a gesture that does what I need.  Thanks!

Programmy my middle button to do something would be great, but this particular mouse (el cheapo Dell) has a hard time discerning between middle-click and a scroll.  Sometimes I get both, sometimes neither.  So alas, I must stay away from my middle button.  Which kind of sounds naughty but rest assured, it's not.

I'd still like a triple-click thingie, but I can live without it.  I recognize it's a hard thing to detect and also many applications (MS Word) use triple-click to mean "select a whole phrase" so it'd be fun fighting that.  In my case, I only need it available in one app, and it ain't Word.  :-)

Thanks again for the awesome lead -- I wouldn't have found StrokeIt on my own.  Which, again, sounds naughty but it's not...


Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Triple-Click Mouse Utility
« on: May 05, 2007, 01:46 PM »

I've looked high and low for something like this, but to no avail.

I need a wee little thing that sits in the task bar and detects mouse triple-clicks.  Upon triple-click, it converts the action into a predefined hotkey / keystroke.  For instance, convert triple-click into SHIFT-F2.

Make sense?  Whattaya think?


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