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PostYou have posted in this forum: Sun Jul 25, 2010 4:59 pm   Post subject:  Mousewheel Reply with quoteBack to top 

Hiya! It's me, Andy of Invert Mouse fame. Got another question for you - is it possible to remap the "movement in fourth dimension" command from "rightclick & move mouse left-right" move to "mousewheel up / down"? I think it would be a lot more natural to move in the fourth dimension this way.

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PostYou have posted in this forum: Sun Jul 25, 2010 5:24 pm   Post subject:  Re: Mousewheel Reply with quoteBack to top 

Not really. The average mouse wheel just generate a single click each time it's moved a notch. It's not accurate enough to aim with.

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PostYou have posted in this forum: Mon Jul 26, 2010 4:49 pm   Post subject:  Re: Mousewheel Reply with quoteBack to top 

If you give the wheel a special response curve you can make it so that the first few notches are very fine, but soon become a great movement. On Mac laptops the "middle mouse button" is a two-finger gesture, and actually can support the sensitivity required, but you don't get the advantage of being able to use it at the same time as the other two axes.

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