Description: WheelKeys simulates keystrokes in specified programs, when you turn the mouse wheel.
Keys are sent when one of the specified program windows is selected. Original mouse wheel commands are discarded.
You can define the keystrokes in Wheels.txt. Look at the sample Wheels.txt. Thy syntax of Wheels.txt is:
Exename of the first program you want to send keystrokes to (Space)
up Keys (Space)
down keys (carriage return)
Exename of the second program
... and so on. Hint: Please use the exact syntax, usage errors are not handled.
Effect: Keys are sent when one of the specified program windows is selected. Original mouse wheel commands are discarded. A meaningful example is the volume control of the Media Player which is supplied in the second line of Wheels.txt.
Key codes are like for the VB sendkeys command (see README)
Exit: To quit the program, klick on the wheel which appears in the system tray when you have started WheelKeys.
Suggestion: If you think that WheelKeys is not very user friendly, or if it doesn't work, please buy Mouse Wheel Control by Ardamax Software. It is a wonderful program which has inspired me to make WheelKeys.
Uzipping the zip file will create WheelKeys.exe, a sample Wheels.txt and the README file. There is no installation, double-klick WheelKeys.exe to start WheelKeys
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