08-01-2010 02:47 PM
Hello. I'm trying to add a delay left mouse button on my g500's onboard memory. I'm looking to add a 97ms delay after each click, however setpoint won't let me assign a macro to this button. Is there a way around this?
I should mention that I need this on the mouses onboard memory, and the application software / profile switching / auto hokey is useless to me because it won't work on the device I'll be using the mouse on.
08-02-2010 06:56 AM
i have a G9x but the same SetPoint and it work for me. (Setpoint is in german but maybe you'll have the same option order).
IMPORTANT: start your macro-recording with the selected short-key (in my case ALT+F1) not with the mouse!!!
08-02-2010 01:10 PM
Thanks for the repy, I think you may have misunderstood me though. I am able to create a macro that adds a delay to a left mouse button click just fine.
I am not able to assign this macro to the left mouse button itself, the option is greyed out. I do not want to use this macro on any other mouse button, just left mouse button. Is there anyway around this, maybe editing config files or something? I've looked but can't find anything.
09-20-2010 12:06 AM - edited 09-20-2010 12:08 AM
Yeah I'm having a similar issue. I have a G500, Set point 6 and Windows 7.
@EmptyHour To get around the mouse left being uneditable you have to set another button to left click, then you can set left click to what ever you like. But your most likely still going to have the same problem as me.
But when you set left click to a macro containing left click it doesn't work.
What I am trying to do is set the left mouse button to repeatedly left click while i hold it down. When I set my macro to another button the left click command works but it remains as left click down instead of moving onto left click up and repeating. I've tried with the macro repeat while pressed option and I've tryed different combinations of macros including delays and it always only emulates the first mouse left down command till I release the botton and then it only emulates a single mouse left up command.
What I need to know is can the left mouse button be set to a left click macro at all and how do I get mouse click macros to repeat?