Saturday, 18 August 2018
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One feature I have not been able to replicate on the KeyMouse is the ability to control the zoom-factor in multiple apps, which is the ctrl+scroll wheel combination. How do I program that as a layer for one of the trackballs?
3 years ago
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#1232
Ashley Guberman you can program the "Mouse Motion" to Scroll Up and Scroll down, like it is programmed by default on the Blue Layer (see attached image). Once the trackball is programmed to that, you can use it as a Scroll, and Ctrl + Scroll should work.
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3 years ago
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#1233
That's what I would have expected. But see the video for deeper problems.
https://youtu.be/2lnYt3td5Yg
3 years ago
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#1234
Ashley Guberman, oh I see what you are saying. You are trying to set a modifier to the mouse movement. Currently, you don't have the option to set a modifier on mouse movement (it should be disabled on those specific areas, which is on the list). So, you would need to press Ctrl + Scroll separately.
3 years ago
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#1235
OK. That's a bit awkward to have to press two keys and scroll, but at least I know now to do it now.
What about the update text in the title vs no update available?
Or the settings on the keys going away as shown in the video?
3 years ago
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#1236
I understand. It is added to the feature request list. Also, we will look into the "Update Available" message, as you are on the latest version. As for the Ctrl key modifier assignment, it is not actually assigned, until you click ok and it shows the little pink dot on the key. I think the reason the Ctrl is checked when you go back into it is because that is the last one you assigned to it before, so it just defaults to it. Again, it won't actually assign Ctrl to it unless you click "Ok" instead of "Cancel". If you uncheck the Ctrl selection and click ok, when you go back in, none of them will be checked.
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