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Author Topic: Remap Mouse Buttons  (Read 10515 times)


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Remap Mouse Buttons
« on: October 20, 2007, 03:28 PM »
I just did a fresh nLite install and wanted to get rid of IntelliPoint. Anyway, I integrated the drivers for my MS mouse but didn't want to be dependent on the bloated software that let's me remap the keys.

Today I found X-Mouse Button Control, a nice little program that does just what I want without all that other crap that I won't ever use. Now when I click the right side button, my clipboard (ClipX) pops up just where I need it.


A Few of the options in those combo boxes:
  •     Copy/Cut/Paste
  •     Volume Up/Down/Mute
  •     Media Player control
  •     Send a custom keystroke sequence
  •     Launch you email (or any) application.
  •     Capture screen (or active window) image to clipboard.
  •     Click-Drag [Sticky Buttons].
  •     Vista support with some Vista only featurs such as 'Show Sidebar', 'Flip 3D' etc.
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Re: Remap Mouse Buttons
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2008, 12:35 AM »
So there is no way to change (or turn off) the xbuttons in xp without third party software? I find it hard to believe there isn't a registry entry.


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Re: Remap Mouse Buttons
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2008, 02:49 AM »
Nice, however, from the name of the app I was expecting the only x-mouse feature I need, which is auto activation that follows the mouse (autofocus). Unfortunately the author never heard of it. So with Vista we are still limited to those registry hacks...