ncc1701d wrote:Can someone tell me if i can make the the 5 finger Wheel/Zoom/Rotate/Scroll in be set to behave like the enter key?
Which of them are you talking about? Wheel/Zoom/Rotate/Scroll
refers to a group of gestures.
Such a group is named a ChordTemplate
in the editor jargon.
You can have the keyboard send an Enter
keycode when you execute one of the associated Chords. You MUST avoid to alter the Rest tap but you can have any of the other do the trick...
And can someone tell me how to do it step by step?
- You must select a Chords from the right part of the editor window under the Wheel/Zoom/Rotate/Scroll tab
- This selection got you under another tabbed window, for instance Zoom In Events
which looks to be in your way
...and you're right, you don't give a dam about those Mac craps when you have Win$ running just ignore, yet better use them as the first choice when you look for replaceable gesture to customize!
This editer thing looks so dang confusing.
You are right there too, it has been for all of us and you won't be spared neither. I am pretty sure that the one who has been the more confused with it has been the guy who made it... and I think he did well after all
Just buy you time trying to associate gestures to keyboard and mouse events. This device and its editor will make a unique combination as a music instrument would when you get to really understand how powerful they are.
when i click on the zoom in Eventstab button it says "Mac Zoom In Hotkey. My OS says Win. What the heck does it says Mac for!!
This is exactly where you don't give a dam about as we are going to replace it with the Enter
Key Stroke... Just hit the Change
button to the right and select Key Stroke
from the list in the Key/Mouse/Macro
window that just popped up.
Now, select the Slide Motion tab
and choose the Gesture Speed
- Top of the list = less sensitive
- Bottom of the list = very quickly triggered
- One shot = Once triggered, you will have to lift your fingers to trigger another event. If you don't select this, you will generate more events as long as you expand your gesture.
Whats a filtered event?
I can't tell what makes them filtered but what I know is that it is where you have to say what you want to get from a gesture. The device will generate one or series of keystrokes and/or mouse events when the selected gesture has been recognized.
Motions may trigger more than one occurrence of these, depending on what you've selected under the Slide Motion