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Hey, I'm relatively new to Apple. I just got a PowerMate, and I'm wondering if there's anyway to set it to control + click. You can set it to just do click, OR you can do a "send key" function. You can put ctrl as a modifier on the send key function, but click isn't considered a key. Is there any key I could put that would function the same way as click, or does anyone that have a PowerMate know how to configure it do to ctrl+click? That would be an extremely useful function for those of us who like the one button mice.

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I don't think it's possible. Is there not a key combination that will do the same thing in your app?

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I don't think it's possible. Is there not a key combination that will do the same thing in your app?
Well I was honestly just hoping for global, since there's not one set thing I want to do with ctrl+click. Well that's a shame. That was the biggest thing I was hoping it'd have besides the scrolling function. Maybe if they have a feedback form they'd consider putting it in their next software version. Thanks for the help.

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