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I have a problem with my MS Trackball Explorer button assignments since installing V11.11.
I don't know if you are familiar with this device but the thumb operates an upper, lower, and wheel button. Top left and Top right buttons are opposite the trackball.
My button assignments are:
Lower button (thumb) = Click
Upper button (thumb) = Undo
Wheel Button (thumb) = Enter (scrolling the wheel activates dynamic zoom)
Top left button = Redo
Top right button = Right-click
Here is the problem. When selecting item for the different fields in the options forms the enter button(Wheel Button) is selecting(click) if anything is highlighting on the screen. This is leading to a lot of input errors for me. The only solution is to move the curser to the options form then het the enter button to advance to the next field.
My mouse setup worked just file on previous versions of VX. Any ideas where the problem is?
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I'm sorry that you are experiencing this problem. Not that it is any comfort, but SpaceBall Users are also experiencing this with their programmable buttons. The problem is caused by an underlying change to how the GUI and Options Forms work (the most obvious is that VX is waiting for a middle-mouse click and will not accept a keyboard return instead, depending on which input field has the cursor focus). I understand that the Development team have a solution and will incorporate this fix in a future release.
For those Users that are really into short-cuts, the keyboard can also be programmed. To see the exact command name that you wish to use, type $Report into the VX's main input field. Now when you click on a command icon, the command name (plus every click and pick you make) will be in the report window. The surrounding text that you will see there "packages" the info ready for use with the VX Design Automation Language. For example, if you click the extrude icon (v11.21), you will find the command "wrapped" inside the VX DAL "Send" command thus: [vxSend,"!FtAllExt"]. Via the User/Customize Menu, you can assign the actual command to a keyboard key:
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