a thread highjaker abbreviations and buttons
k, mathias thanks for your advice, as for my real name Gaudenz, im sorry
about the nmp thing, so far i wont put here my personal email cause of
reasons already disccused here and elsewhere about spam in this lists..but
thats fine i will make a new @gmx with my "real" name in case that makes more
sense for people sharing ideas.
and about the highjaker thing, honest, i just typed that into the subject
cause i was referring to both things in the same email, i bet one can do that
and even more in the body of the message, but anyway i guess thats one of the
nicest things someone has ever called me! it made me laugh.
i just learned a lot about nettiquete here, i suggest adding all those rules
to the welcome message of this list.
best, respect, and thanks again, for real.
On Wednesday 03 December 2003 15:48, Matthias Kirschner wrote:
> > i need to get the second mouse button running, and theres no keyboard
> > combination that works neither, thuough i can type emails an manage
> > almost all through the window menus.
> you have to edit your /etc/sysctl.conf.
> I have add
> #activate Mouse Buttoms
> dev.mac_hid.mouse_button_emulation = 1
> #dev.mac_hid.mouse_button2_keycode =
> dev.mac_hid.mouse_button3_keycode = 96
> so i have the right mouse button on the key left of (Left Arrow/Home).
> And I emulate the middle mouse button. It works for me. But there are a
> lot of other solutions.
> For example:
> "By editing /etc/sysctl.conf with a couple of things recommended by
> Lashi, I've got Fn+Ctrl being the middle button and Fn+Alt (otherwise
> known as Option) acting as the right mouse button."
> You have to activate this option in your kernelconfig
>>>the acme buttons but i guess it was under gentoo