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How make macro hold keys/buttons down

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  • How make macro hold keys/buttons down

    Hi all. Long story short, I need to configure a button on the mouse to hold down [SHIFT] + [WHEEL BUTTON] as long as I am holding down the mouse button, then release them when I release the button.

    I was able to create a macro that pressed the two buttons, but all the playback options clicked then released once or multiple times (none actually held them down).

    Does anybody know of a way to do what I'm trying to do?





    Mouse: Ripjaws MX780 firmware v19
    Software: v.75

  • #2
    Would the Wheel Button be scroll up/down? Or the scroll click button?

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    • #3
      scroll click button

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      • #4
        Any ideas?

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        • #5
          At the moment, it's not possible to program a single button to hold down two keys at once without a predesignated time delay.

          However, we have brought this to our gaming team, and hope to have something added to our software to allow the function you're seeking.

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          • #6
            That would be cool. Thanks!

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            • #7
              Still not implemented.

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