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Ability to define a set/array of keystrokes to toggle between using a single button.

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jwarzy72
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Joined: Wed 19. Jun 2019, 20:15

Ability to define a set/array of keystrokes to toggle between using a single button.

Postby jwarzy72 » Wed 19. Jun 2019, 20:23

I'm wondering if there is a way to create a set or array of defined keystrokes for a button to toggle between.

For example, lets say I there are three shortcuts defined in my software:
CTRL + 1 = Object mode
CTRL + 2 = Modeling Mode
CTRL + 3 = Point View mode

I would like to program a single button to toggle between this options - so..
first click = Object mode
click again = Modeling Mode
click again = Point View Mode
click again .. restarts set.. back to Object mode

This capability could also be used for a toggle wheel action. Please let me know if this exists!

wacom5
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Joined: Tue 8. Aug 2017, 14:35

Re: Ability to define a set/array of keystrokes to toggle between using a single button.

Postby wacom5 » Mon 24. Jun 2019, 09:13

Hello.
This is not something the Wacom Driver currently supports but perhaps there are 3rd party programs that can do this.


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