Mouse Button Control converts Middle-Mouse-Button-Click to a Double-Click. It is as if you pressed the left-mouse-button two time very quickly. This is handy if you do not need the Middle-Mouse-Button, but do a lot of Double-Clicks.
Converts the four arrow keys to mouse moves option. To press an arrow key will move the mouse cursor one pixel. This is handy if you want to use the mouse to highlight and grab something, and continue to hold down the left mouse button while tapping the arrow keys. This allows you to move an object precisely where you want it. You can turn this option on and off as needed.
Auto-run options are:
Do not auto-run at startup
Auto-run at startup, system tray
Auto-run at startup, dialog box
Auto-run at startup, invisable
Select the option you need. Every time the computer is started, this option will be in effect.
When you exit Mouse Button Control, the next Windows startup will revert back to the [auto-run options] setting that is currently selected, and the behavior of Mouse Button Control will be determined by the current settings.
If the run [Mouse Button Control] using the [Auto-run at startup, invisable] option, when you need to bring up the dialog box for configuration, you will need to start [Mouse Button Control] twice. The second instance will send a message to the first, telling it to show the configuration window, then the second instance will exit without actually running.
Convert the Center Mouse Button to a double click.
Make the Center Mouse Button do whatever you want it to.
Define your Center Mouse Button.
Redefine any mouse Button to do anything you want it to do.
Converts the four arrow keys to mouse moves option.
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