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h4 Aug 19, 2013 @ 5:51pm
Rebinding middle mouse button?
So I just got the yellow gun, and find it very frustrating it uses the middle mouse button. Is there some way to rebind this command to another button? Such as shift, tab, q, e, or whatever. My mousing grip is such that it is awkward to press the middle mouse button frequently. I imagine there are similar problems for people running two button mice (middle mouse emulation in OS by pressing both button). Or 2 button touchpads.
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rpgamer987 Aug 19, 2013 @ 9:00pm 
If I recall right, Ctrl+click achieves the same effect. Ctrl or shift. Or, wait, no, it's just Ctrl, actually. Ctrl grabs a block to move it, and Ctrl+click is for the red gun. Pretty sure.
h4 Aug 19, 2013 @ 9:13pm 
Originally posted by rpgamer987:
If I recall right, Ctrl+click achieves the same effect. Ctrl or shift. Or, wait, no, it's just Ctrl, actually. Ctrl grabs a block to move it, and Ctrl+click is for the red gun. Pretty sure.

Oh is this the case? Thanks for the heads up, I will try this next play session.
rpgamer987 Aug 19, 2013 @ 9:34pm 
Yeah. I played through the game on a laptop without any middle mouse at all. But I knew in most browsers Ctrl clicking usually achieved the same effect as a middle click, so I was lucky enough to figure it out in short order.
Also, I just checked to confirm, the last statement is the correct one. Ctrl for yellow, Ctrl+click for red.
Californ1a Aug 20, 2013 @ 1:12pm 
Yeah, by default CTRL works as a replacement for middle mouse, but if you still want to rebind it:

1. Open "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Antichamber\UDKGame\Config\UDKInput.ini"
2. Press CTRL+F (find) and search for "MiddleMouseButton"
3. Replace "MiddleMouseButton" with whatever button you want to, make sure it's in CAPS unless it's a special button like "LeftAlt", "RightCtrl", etc.
4. Save and open the game.

If you're not able to save the file, make sure it isn't set to read-only, and make sure you have UAC disabled, or have given your user accound access to edit files inside the Program Files directory.
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