Is your mouse broken, or did you just forget it? Or maybe you are having USB driver problems, and your mouse isn't working. With Mouse Emulator, you can still use your computer.
When you run Mouse Emulator, it will show you the keys that you have to press to move the mouse cursor.
Mouse Emulator is also very usefull for laptop owners with low quality mouses. Just hold down the Fn key, and you can use the numeric keypad in the center of your keyboard to move the mouse!
Mouse Emulator can also toggle mouse buttons with a simple key press. This is very useful for RSI users that have problems with drag operations with the mouse.
The program recognizes the following keys: (NumLock must be ON!)
· Keypad 1 - Left mouse button
· Keypad 2 - Right mouse button
· Keypad 3 - Middle mouse button
· Keypad 4, 5, 6, 8 - Moves the mouse left, down, right and/or up respectively.
· Keypad 7 - Mousewheel up (Scroll)
· Keypad 9 - Mousewheel down (Scroll)
· Keypad / - Toggle Left mouse button (Useful for RSI users)
· Keypad * - Toggle Right mouse button (Useful for RSI users)
· Keypad - - Toggle Middle mouse button (Useful for RSI users)
· Ctrl + Keypad 0 - Enable/Disable Mouse Emulator
You can exit Mouse Emulator by right clicking on the mouse icon in the taskbar.
· Adjusting the mouse speed:
Double click on one of the .reg files and restart the program to change the mouse speed. For instance double-click on SlowMouseSpeed.reg and restart the program if you think the mouse speed of mouse emulator is too high.
· For advanced users:
If you want to adjust the mouse speed, you can use regedit to change
the registry values.
- The mouse speed can be customized via the registry in this version