Am 19.05.2011 13:46, schrieb Fernando Gadea:
Florian Jung escribió:
i don't know if you lose them; but i am pretty sure that you will lose
some comfort using them.
Am 18.05.2011 18:12, schrieb Fernando Gadea:
Oh no... is there a list of the functions that I loose without
the middle button? I did try with the right edge's scroll but it gives
well, that's a problem ATM. yesterday, asked the other devs
should make muse usable without a middle mouse button, however, i
haven't an answer yet. i think this will be fixed in future, but for
the moment, you have to use alternatives: linux, or actually the
synaptics driver iirc, allows you to do some voodoo with your touchpad:
you can make it act as a scroll wheel if you move your finger at the
right edge, and you can make it simulate a middle click if you tap in
some corner (man synclient tells you how); another way is to use "three
buttons emulation", which sends a "middle button" event when you press
left and right button simultaneously.
that this will be fixed when
muse2 is non-beta any more.
I don't use a mouse. My computer is a laptop and as I work
with it a've got used to the touchpad with only two buttons. Would it
be a problem? How could I substitute the middle button?
btw, try left, middle and right mouse button on these rulers showing
you the red and blue triangle and the red and blue lines.
if your TP doesn't support this, i think you're screwed right now.
have you found a way to set the channel of a track :)? i only know
about left- and mid-click to set it (however, changing this is in
also, in my score editor, you have two ways for removing notes:
1. mid-click on it, or
2. select "erase notes", then left click
the first is more convenient, the second also works for you
however, i strongly advise to set up MMB emulation. if your left and
right mouse buttons have no space in between (that is, you can press
both with only one finger), this will be no problem to you at all (i
also used that)
you are refering to qt4-dev-tools, but I ask before doing it,
because it will download qt4-doc too, and it is a 53 mb download. Is it
well, if you install this, you're on the safe side.
you also can tell synaptic somehow to "not install recommendations" or
then you have to install qt4-dev-tools and libqt4-dev (this is a
recommendation, the only one you really need)
you also can deselect the large doc-package in the summary
however, i'm using aptitude and debian; synaptic is a GUI frontend for
aptitude, and ubuntu, well, is actually a GUI-frontend for debian XD
the instructions should be the same, but i'm not sure