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How can you do this?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by uocash, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. uocash

    uocash Guest

    may anyone explain to me how to set Mouse Wheel Up to target self without using UO assist?

    100000*times thank you so much!
     
  2. Dermott of LS

    Dermott of LS UOEC Modder
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    Use the Enchanced Client: User Settings, Input tab, Scroll Wheel Up: set to Cursor Target Self.
     
  3. PsychoKinetic

    PsychoKinetic Journeyman
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    UOAssist is the only (legal) way I know of to make the mouse wheel work for the classic client.


    On a side note - its always made more sense to me to roll the mouse wheel down - or towards myself - to target myself. I use mouse wheel up for last target.
     
  4. Raptor85

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    How I do it is i set the window manager mapping to map the mouse wheel to a key on the keyboard, then set that key on the keyboard to the action in UO (so the mouse acts like a keyboard key which is all you can map in the game). Just pick a key you're unlikely to hit otherwise ingame, i generally use [ and ] for mouse wheel actions.
     
  5. Pinco

    Pinco UOEC Modder
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    use x-mouse buttons and you can set any macro to the mouse wheel.
    Note: this program is like the one given with the razer mouse so it has nothing to do with the approved softwares.