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- Subject: [mg64506] LeftClick+Shift+Enter Reassign
- From: James Gilmore <james.gilmore at yale.edu>
- Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 05:36:22 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
I would like to have an efficient way to assign my mouse right click to
perform the following keystroke: "Left click, shift+enter". I want this so
I can merely move my mouse cursor over the cell i want to evaluate in my
Mathematica session, and then just press right click on my mouse, i.e. I do
not want to have to first left click to get the cursor in the cell. I also
do not want to modify the Shift+Enter=EvaluateCells on the keyboard,
since this is a standard adopted by the good people at WRI and should be
kept as such.
I have searched the on redefining the EvaluateCells command in Mathematica
in Mathgroup. There have been two relevant posts that I can find. The first
is where you modify the keyboard assignments:
This is the type of modification I want, but I want to reassign the right
mouse button. Does anyone know where that file is located?
The second relevant post is on a palette button to perform Shift+Enter
I mention this post, since if we can find a way to use a mouse key to
execute a cell, our Mathematica presentations will run much smoother.
I have this implemented outside of Mathematica, using a compiled script and
customizable mouse buttons, so the script runs when I right click with my
mouse. But it is slow to use a .exe script, to perform "left click,
shift+enter". However, the script has made my Mathematica sessions so much
more enjoyable that I am searching for a faster and more stable method that
is implemented inside of Mathematica. It really does make Mathematica alot
easier to use!
Any help appreciated.
Department of Physics
Sloane Physics Laboratory
217 Prospect Street
Email: james.gilmore at yale.edu
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