Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : XTPRO-MS.ZIP
Filename : XTPRO.DEF

 
Output of file : XTPRO.DEF contained in archive : XTPRO-MS.ZIP
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------;
; ;
; XTPRO definitions for three button LOGICTECH mouse ;
; by STEPHEN HATFIELD 4/20/1988 ;
; ;
; In this mouse interface, the buttons are assigned as follows: ;
; ;
; LEFT: ENTER or 'Y' ;
; ;
; MIDDLE: T or 'F2' when selecting path ;
; ;
; RIGHT: U or 'N' ;
; ;
; Chords (more than one button at a time) ;
; Left-Middle to VIEW a file if in FILE mode ; to CHANGE VOLUMN NAME if in DIR mode ;
; OR Volume Lable if in Tree Mode ;
; Left-Right is Escape (Cancel) ;
; Middle-Right is Ctrl-C (Copy) ;
; Left-Middle-Right is "Q" (Quit) ;
; ;
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------;


BEGIN leftb, midb, rightb, leftm, rightm, upm, downm,100,50
CHORDS lmb, lrb, mrb, allb

leftb: match 25,1,,"Quit",typey,leftb1
leftb1:match 25,1,,"Delete",typey,leftb2
leftb2:match 25,1,,"Confirm",typey,leftb3
leftb3:match 25,1,,"Automatically",typey,leftb4
leftb4:match 25,1,,"File exists",typey,typecr
typecr: type enter
typey: type "Y"

midb:match 25,1,,"Enter destination",typef2,typet
typef2: type 0,60
typet: type "T"

rightb:match 25,1,,"Quit",typen,rightb1
rightb1:match 25,1,,"Delete",typen,rightb2
rightb2:match 25,1,,"Confirm",typen,rightb3
rightb3:match 25,1,,"Automatically",typen,rightb4
rightb4:match 25,1,,"File exists",typen,typeu
typen:type "n"
typeu:type "u"

; The movements
;
leftm: TYPE 0,75 ; Left arrow (extended 75)
rightm: TYPE 0,77 ; Right arrow (extended 77)
upm: TYPE 0,72 ; Up arrow (extended 72)
downm: TYPE 0,80 ; Down arrow (extended 80)


;
; The chords
;
lmb: TYPE "V" ; To view a file if in FILE mode
; To change volumn name if in DIR mode
lrb: TYPE esc ; esc is CANCEL
mrb: TYPE 3 ; cntl-c is Copy all tagged
allb: TYPE "q" ; q is QUIT


  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : XTPRO-MS.ZIP
Filename : XTPRO.DEF

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