This was a problem in the first public beta. It was fixed for the version that is now on the web site. Please install the new version (beta 9 or newer).WMass SWUG wrote:the CTRL button on my SP Pro in Bluebeam Revu, the button stays locked on and I have to shutdown Bluebeam to unlock the CTRL focus?
jwick wrote:This was a problem in the first public beta. It was fixed for the version that is now on the web site. Please install the new version (beta 9 or newer).WMass SWUG wrote:the CTRL button on my SP Pro in Bluebeam Revu, the button stays locked on and I have to shutdown Bluebeam to unlock the CTRL focus?
You mean Internet Explorer 9?Gareee wrote:In explorer 9 64 bit, whenever I use the back or foreward button to back up a page or go foreward, I get an unhandled exception message from the 3d mouse driver.
It craps out, but if I change the explorer settings in the 3d mouse control panel, it restores functionality to the 3d mouse in explorer.
Not sure I understand you here.Gareee wrote:Maybe adding tilt left/right to the 3d mouse controls is an easy workaround, since the desire to click those buttons would no longer be there?
I can't reproduce that now, but we'll keep an eye out for it.Gareee wrote:The buttons are the onscreen explorer buttons next to the address bar on the upper left for going back a page, or forewards to a previousl visited web page.
This is because there is no horizontal scrolling available. The entire document width is shown.Gareee wrote:When I tilt the 3d mouse up or down, the web pages scrolls up and down. when I tilt the mouse left and right, the web page scrolls left and right.
You can assign <shift>+<leftarrow> and <shift>+<rightarrow> to the axis to go backwards and forwards. But you can't define those until you get the next beta (beta 10).Gareee wrote:Instead of scrolling left or right (pretty worthless on my widescreen monitor) it miht be nice to enable it to go back a page (left tilt) or forewards a page (right tilt).
It may have in some applications in the past, it is now under the left button now, consistently.Gareee wrote:I also note that the "right 3d mouse button" is supposed to pen the mouse menu, when in fact the left 3d mouse button opens it up.
Glad to help. Thanks for telling us what you are seeing.Gareee wrote:Hope that helps, and its killer to see such a quick response!
If there is no profile for an app, the "Default Profile" gets used. You can edit that in the Properties... editor to have it do anything you want. Other than that, you can always change anything on any profile where you don't like our defaults (IE, Explorer, etc).agr1259 wrote:Where do I find the default application profiles? Can I delete them? I would like the mouse to function the same on all of my 2D apps/screens unless I create a specific profile for an application. so I would like to get rid of all 2D profiles except the default.
What do you mean by "allow the mouse to move"? Move the cursor? You'll have more flexibility in beta 10.agr1259 wrote:the Internet Explorer profile will not allow the mouse to move it only provides scroll functionality and the only option for any axis is "Application Macros"
You can't assign the Enter key there. What do you want to do with the Enter key on an axis (so we can think about it)?agr1259 wrote:I can't figure out how to assign the enter key to an axis. Any other key stroke works but pressing enter just saves the changes.
The Left Mouse Button is just a modifier on something else, like a Mouse X move. You can't actuate it all by itself. Again, what is your intention there? It is rare to think of your 2D mouse automatically pressing the left mouse button when you move it across the table, instead of moving the cursor.agr1259 wrote:I can't get a left mouse click to work when assigned to an axis. Is there a trick to get that to work?
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