I know when i press S i get the shortcut button, I was wondering if there is a way that if I click both my left and right mouse buttons at the same time it will bring up the shortcut menu.
unfortunately i do not believe there is a way to customize your mouse buttons. Your only option would be to make a keyboard shortcut (which the "S" key already is) or begin using a programmable 3d mouse from a company like 3dconnexion (which can get costly).
You can do just this with a free program called StrokeIt. The only caveat is that the first button that "clicks" would have to be the right mouse button.
StrokeIt is a mouse gesturing program. Gestures are started by holding down the right mouse button. Anything you do with the mouse (click another button, move, scroll wheel, etc) while the right button is held down can be captured by StrokeIt as a gesture. StrokeIt then sends customizable keystroke commands to the active program. StrokeIt is application-aware, so the same gesture can either perform the same action in all programs or different actions in different programs. It's always the first application I install on any new computer I get.
just tried this, couldnt seem to get it to work, can you? it may be im just too unfamiliar with the program
There are mice with more than the normal set of buttons that you can program. These are relatively inexpensive. Logitech has many excellent choices. You should be able to program the "S" key to a button directly.
its ok now i got it working, cheers all the same
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