This is a script that enables you to use your mouse or trackball as a switch, turning the movement into a click. If you move the mouse cursor anywhere on the screen, the movement will send a switch action. You … Continue reading
If you don’t use dwell clicking but would still like a repeating drag and drop capability, here is a script that uses an extra mouse or trackball button to toggle repeating drag locks on and off, for moving tiles in … Continue reading
When I use the trackball and onscreen keyboard, I use dwell clicking for almost everything–except precise or continuous dragging.
If you’re able to turn a scroll ring on a trackball or roll a mouse wheel, you can use it as a switch. You can alter the keys and clicks to suit yourself; for instance, for 2-switch scanning, the other … Continue reading
If I want to do macros with my trackball, I use AutoHotkey for two main reasons: it’s a lot more customizable (see the Kindle script) and it works with Point N Click. If I remember correctly, Kensington’s TrackballWorks only communicates … Continue reading
There was yet another way to write the Kindle page turn script, so I did–this one keeps turning pages until you pause the script. You can also kill the script after you’re done reading. Pause also resumes. #IfWinActive, ahk_class QWidget … Continue reading
For people who use pointing devices or switches or keyboards, this is an AutoHotkey script for automatically turning pages in Kindle for PC, 5 at a time. I set my trigger as the middle button in Point-N-Click because Kindle doesn’t … Continue reading