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Assign functions to your right and/or middle mouse buttons in Windows 3.1.
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Assign functions to your right and/or middle mouse buttons in Windows 3.1.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CTL3D.DLL 19568 9464 deflated
README.TXT 2653 1154 deflated
REGISTER.WRI 2944 1065 deflated
RIGHTON.EXE 30224 12282 deflated
RIGHTON.HLP 75236 40544 deflated
TRMBU.DLL 9344 4421 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


RightOn 2.0 June 16, 1993 Steve McCarthy

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For complete information on how to install and
run RightOn, see the online help file righton.hlp.

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What is RightOn 2.0?

RightOn is a Windows 3.1 utility which allows you to
program your right and middle mouse buttons to
behave like the keyboard sending a keystroke to
an application.

Because it uses functions new since Windows 3.1, RightOn
will not work with versions of Windows before 3.1.


What's new in version 2.0?

* Full support for middle mouse button
* New 3-D look
* Ability to send simulated left mouse double clicks
* Ability to send modified key strokes (e.g. Alt-Enter)
* Can configure right and middle buttons independently
* Icon changes to better reflect whether program is on
or off.
* Bug fix from previous version.


What files should I have?

The distribution .zip file contains the following files:

register.wri Windows Write file to register your copy
readme.txt this file
righton.exe executable file
righton.hlp Windows 3.1 compatible help file
trmbu.dll required library
ctl3d.dll required library


Installation:

Installation of RightOn is a snap! Simply create a directory,
such as C:\RIGHTON, and place all the files in it. With the
possible exception of the CTL3D.DLL file, it is important to
keep the files together in the same directory.

Though not mandatory, the CTL3D.DLL library should be copied
to your \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory. See topic "Installing
RightOn" in the online help file.


More info on RightOn 2.0:

More extensive documentation of how RightOn runs and how to
get the most out of it are in the online Windows help file.
Just select "Help..." from the system menu.


Registration:

RightOn is not free software! You are granted a limited
license to try out RightOn for 15 days to see if it suits
your needs. After 15 days you must either remove this
software from your computer or send in a registration fee
of $15 to the author.

Please forward any comments to the address(es) or
phone number below.

Send US $15 registration fee to:

U.S. Mail Steve McCarthy
6707 39th SW
Seattle, WA 98136 USA

Phone (206) 932-3351



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