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SOURCE: double click problem
in most cases the best thing to do is to change ur mouse, but i would also suggest u try to use a mouse pad, some paints have a problem when using optical mouse
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
I had the same problem. I just could not get the "Alt-F4" function to work in a macro.
In the Macro Editor, in the lower center, you will see the "Z" actions. I realized I wanted the "Press and hold Z" function.
To get this, use "Inserting Special..." function to insert the Alt key stroke in the macro.
Then highlight the Alt in the Editor. Right Click and select "Split."
This will put the "Press and hold Z key" and "Release Z key" icons in the Editor.
What you want is the "Press and hold" function. Delete any other references the the Alt key.
Then enter the F4 key, and there you have it.
Hope this all makes sense to you.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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