Re: btnx: Send keyboard and mouse combination events with mouse buttons
No problem. I'll add this to the howto when I release 0.2.6 (about 30 mins ).
Yeah, you nailed it. I only
changed the Protocol to "auto", now it works like it should.
What's funny is that I never went through the howto to get my MX Revo working on Feisty. I thought it would be almost easier just coding the program, rather than doing all the endless steps in the howto . And it almost was (at least it was more fun). The old howto did what it promised, but so does banging your head against the wall.
Daou, this is an absolutely fantastic program that should be included with Ubuntu. It's straightforward and easy to do, and makes my MXrev fully functional. You even got the side scroller to change views in Beryl. Before I only had mouse 1 and 2 working. Ubuntu devs: I hope you're reading this.
I was going to do it the long way from the old MX rev thread, but that type of thing usually gives me slews of errors, so I decided to wait on this when I saw your post announcing it. (Every console command i make in Linux has a ~20% of giving me an error, so something with a bunch of confusing commands was definitely going to mess things up) Glad I made that decision.
Setting the search button to middle click by default was a great touch; that's what I have it set to in windows. I think I had to use the uberoptions hack to make that work.
I'm glad you think it's Ubuntu worthy material. I certainly wouldn't mind if someone did include it.
echo -e "\x6f\x61\x73\x61\x6c\x6f\x6e\x65\x6e\x40\x67 \b\x6d\x61\x69\x6c\x2e\x63\x6f\x6d"
It compiles! Ship it!