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 Post subject: Mouse mapping
PostPosted: Thu Jun 08, 2006 12:05 pm 
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I searched the web for a while but didn't find anything appropriate. Maybe anyone here can help me.

I'd like to play those old adventure classics Zak McKracken and Maniac Mansion but in times of emulators for nearly everything I find it a bit bothering not to be able to use my windows mouse. Does anyone know, if there's a mouse mapper that maps the windows mouse movements to joystick or keyboard movements? Is there an add-on available for CCS64 or could I manage such a mouse mapping with CCS64 in any different ways?

Thanks a lot in advance for every hint :D

(BTW I know the ScummVM project but I wanted to try it this way.)


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The feature of Emulated Mouse Support in CCS64 is already on the CCS64 Wish-List, so possibly in a future version of CCS64...

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Use the mouse?? That would totally take away the nestalgia.

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The difficulty also is that you use the mouse for Windows operations (menus etc.), so it may be difficult or not advisable to implement.

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