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Kahana82    0

Actually, this is probably by design. I've been using Logitech mice for the most part and AFAIK this is not possible there either.

 

You might want to give MouseController a try though. This would let you record mouse movements and assign those sequences to a shortcut-key, then you could bind the key you used directly to one of your mouse buttons and/or use it as part of a macro.

 

Other software that might do the trick too : MouseWrangler / GhostMouse

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Kahana82    0

In MouseController you can record your mouse movement with F9 and play it back with F11 (those are the default keys).

In the CoolerMaster Software you would then bind the F11 key to one of your mouse buttons.

 

Once that is applied, the CoolerMaster software can be closed (the profile is saved into the mouse onboard memory).

But you'll have to keep MouseController open, otherwise F11 (and your mouse button) will do nothing.

 

Hope that helps.

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