Windows Thread, Mouse Sensitivity in Technical; Hi all, we have a couple of students who are having difficulty using the mice around the school due to ...
12th January 2012, 05:10 PM #1
Hi all, we have a couple of students who are having difficulty using the mice around the school due to sensitivity.
I have found a program that changes the sensitivity if you press a combination of buttons
Win+F1 = Normal Sensitivity
Win+F2 = Slow Sensitivity
Win+F3 = Fast Sensitivity
but the problem is when they come to log off this sensitivity will stay and not reset back to normal, this is what i have came up with so far...
LOGON.BAT = START \\dc1\NETLOGON\mouse_sensitivity\mouse_sensitivity .exe
LOGOFF.BAT = taskkill /IM mouse_sensitivity.exe
i need something that will press the two buttons in a script for both logon and logoff
IDG Tech News
12th January 2012, 06:08 PM #2
If its the Autohotkey script from here: How To Set Different Speeds for Your Trackpad and External Mouse - How-To Geek, you could compile a script that just has the line to reset the mouse sensitivity back to normal.
i.e. a script just containing: DllCall("SystemParametersInfo", Int,113, Int,0, UInt,14, Int,2) ;normal sensisivity
and run that at log off.
12th January 2012, 09:18 PM #3
In the mouse_sensitivity.exe program it has these written in it
Win+F1 :llCall("SystemParametersInfo", Int,113, Int,0, UInt,14, Int,2) ;normal sensitivity
Win+F2 :llCall("SystemParametersInfo", Int,113, Int,0, UInt,1, Int,2) ;slow sensitivity
Win+F3 :llCall("SystemParametersInfo", Int,113, Int,0, UInt,20, Int,2) ;fast sensitivity
How would you write these in a script and what type of script would it be?.... I tried using batch files but couldn't get it to perform.
By witch in forum Hardware
Last Post: 14th July 2009, 07:10 PM
By EL_S in forum Hardware
Last Post: 6th July 2006, 07:32 PM
By indiegirl in forum Hardware
Last Post: 7th June 2006, 06:50 PM
Last Post: 24th January 2006, 04:21 PM
By MuppetQueen in forum Hardware
Last Post: 10th January 2006, 02:08 PM
Users Browsing this Thread
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)