map mouse button 4 or 5 to button 2?
Thu Feb 19 09:21:00 GMT 2004
Just to confuse the issue further (sorry), can I map the right mouse button
to CTRL+F9 ?
> > Is it possible to have either button 4 or 5 (usually the forward/back
> > buttons) send a 'button 2' signal (ie paste) to cygwin applications?
>Chad shows the best way for your purpose. As a note, you
>can swap mouse buttons via xmodmap command in UNIX like
>environments. For this case
>xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 5 3 4 2"
>swaps button 2 and button 5.
> > My new mouse/keyboard setup is MS Wireless Optical Desktop Elite (which
> > includes a Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer 2.0), and I'm running .... hm,
> > not sure how to check my Cygwin version, it's probably ~4 months old
> > ... on WinXP.
>The xmodmap way works well on Cygwin/X versions newer than
>release-22 (released on 2003-11-9).
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