11-28-2010 11:07 AM - edited 11-28-2010 11:32 AM
I'm a big fan of mouse keys bound to double-click so I won't have to tap the left standard button all the time, but the double-click setting for G500 (SetPoint 5.40.41, driver 5.10.9) seems to be sending two seperate clicks with a considerable delay. Since I work with certain 3D editors requiring a lot of consequtive clicking, my system is set to run with a very low maximally allowed delay for a second click to be registered as a double-click ("double-click speed" as Windows (7 Professional x64) paedagogically calls it). This seems to be causing the G500's double-click key binding to now achieve the effect of a proper double-click but rather two seperate clicks.
Question: How can I get a button on the G500 to dispatch an actual double-click event to the system? Alternatively, how can I get it to send two consecutive clicks with no delay between them? As I recall there is a tecnical difference between the two options, but either works for me.
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12-01-2010 02:49 AM - edited 12-01-2010 03:32 AM
You can try X-Mouse Button Control http://www.highrez.co.uk/downloads/XMouseButtonCon
This can fix the forward, backward and the double click
Set Fx. button 10 in Setpoint to Generic Button 5, and
then in X-Mouse Button Control Set Button 5 to Double Click.
Now your G500 and Double Click works like the old G5
X-Mouse Button Control also have this nice function:
Make Scroll wheel scroll window under cursor