Provided by: mouseemu_0.15-2_i386
mouseemu - Emulate mouse buttons and mouse wheel
Mouseemu is a daemon to emulate mouse buttons on trackpads with only
one button. It lets you:
- emulate middle and right click
- emulate mouse wheel
- block trackpad while typing
It was initially developed for Apple PowerBooks and iBooks, but it may
be useful on other architectures as well.
This program only works when booting a 2.6 kernel because it uses the
new uinput interface to emulate the mouse.
-middle B2_MOD B2_KEY
Modifier and key for the middle (second) mouse button. Defaults
to F10 and no modifier on PowerPC and to none on all other
-right B3_MOD B3_KEY
Modifier and key for the right (third) mouse button. Defaults to
F11 and no modifier on PowerPC and to none on all other
Modifier for the scrolling function. Defaults to Alt.
Time in milliseconds for which the trackpad will be blocked
while typing on the keyboard. Defaults to 300ms.
Device node for the uinput device. Defaults to /dev/uinput. If
this device is not read and writeable the following devices are
also tried: /dev/uinput, /dev/input/uinput and /dev/misc/uinput.
don’t run in the background
-help show usage message
The key codes for the buttons and modifiers are key scancodes. They can
be found in include/linux/input.h in the kernel headers or by using
‘showkey‘ in a console. The keycodes must be given as decimal values
(‘showkey‘ displays hex values!).
Mouseemu was written by Colin Leroy <email@example.com>. This manpage
was originally written by Gaudenz Steinlin <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the
Debian Project, but may be used by others under the terms of the GNU
General Public License.