Keyboard/Mouse Question!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zikmir, Jul 14, 2019.

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  1. zikmir

    zikmir New Member

    So let me try to explain:
    When i am in game and i have a certain hotkey, lets say "H" which allows me to quickly go from one unit to another, holding it allows a scrolling effect. That means holding the key down would cycle through all the units one by one automatically. I can always manually tap the key again and again which would result in the same action.

    So basically just holding the key down automatically mimics the tap tap tap instead of me hitting the key over and over. This works great and im happy.

    My question is how can i get this on my mouse? I tried to set the same key and bind it to my mouse's side button and it doesn't autoscroll like on the keyboard. I had to tap tap tap each time for it to work and holding it down just issues the command ONCE. Is there a way i can map hotkeys to mouse and they behave like keyboard hotkeys? Also this isn't a game specific thing, i tried in multiple games and same idea.

    I am using razer deathadder and razer deathstalker.

    Thanks
     
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  2. McHammered

    McHammered New Member

    I managed to recreate what you're describing my creating a very small macro and setting the mouse to "Play While Assigned Key Is Pressed". I started my making a simple Keypress Macro. Then, when I assigned that macro to my mouse, I selected the "Play While Assigned Key Is Pressed" option.
     
  3. zikmir

    zikmir New Member

    Thanks for that! Can you please show how you did this and in what software? I am guessing you used Razer Synapses?
     
  4. McHammered

    McHammered New Member

    Yes, I used Razer Synapse to both make and assign the Macro. Making Macos in Synapse 3 is really easy once you get the hang of it. You just open Synapse, Click the "Macro" on the top of the screen, and insert the desired keystroke into the macro your making. Then, after saving the macro, you click on the "Mouse" tab at the top of the screen, and assign the macro to the desired key.
     
  5. PT.Singer

    PT.Singer Jedi Master VANGUARD

    And then @zikmir , don't forget to choose the "Play While Assigned Key Is Pressed" option when assigning the macro to your desired mouse button. Thanks for the help, @McHammered !
     
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