how to assign a function to a long press of the middle button?

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landco
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how to assign a function to a long press of the middle button?

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how to assign a function to a long press of the middle button?

unfortunately, I can not find it in a program. I need to assign Ctrl + C on a single press the middle button, and Ctrl + V to long press the middle mouse button

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phil
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Re: how to assign a function to a long press of the middle button?

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Sorry, XMBC can not distinguish between the length of the press right now, so its not possible.
Its something that is on the todo list but not currently implemented.

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Re: how to assign a function to a long press of the middle button?

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Maybe you could use layer switching commands:

In Layer 1 assign Simulated Keys to middle button and type in: {CTRL}C{LAYER2}
That way when you copy something XMBC will switch to Layer 2.
Then in Layer 2 assign Simulated Keys to middle button and type in: {CTRL}V{LAYER1}
So when you paste it, XMBC will go back to Layer 1 and you are ready to copy again with the middle button.
Even if you want to paste it multiple times - XMBC will do that on every second middle click :)

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