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Re: mouse button emulation not working on iBook

Just my two cents here,

I use the apple key and caps lock as my right and middle buttons
respectively.  Many people ask why I do this, and the answer is two

1) The reason I run a mac with linux rather than x86 is because I want a
nice looking machine.  I don't want to ruin the asthetic getting a poor
looking mouse just to have extra buttons.

2) I am right handed, and when my right hand is on the mouse, I want
keys I can reach easily and comfortably with the left.  I don't use the
apple or caps lock keys, so why not use them as mouse buttons.

Interestingly, I have gotten to like this so much, I tend to really miss
it when I am using a machine that *DOES* have three buttons.

I have been meaning to checking into doing this with my x86 laptop.



On Fri, Mar 07, 2003 at 10:41:48PM +0100, Martin Kuball wrote:
> Hi!
> I have a new iBook with debian woody installed. The other day I played a 
> little bit with pbbuttonsd. I was not able to get it to work. None of the 
> function keys seemed to get through. 
> Well, as a side effect (?) the mouse button emulation has stopped working for 
> me.  And I was not able to get it to work again. What could be the reason for 
> this? I'm using the keycodes 76 and 95 (F10 and F11) in sysctl.conf.
> Martin
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