This will do it.
well i don't know how to do that but if you can do it with apple script you can drop a script called launch into the sample modules script folder (available in the NBB SDK thread) give it a different icon and drop it in the NBB modules folder and use it as an "Embeded" module.
I can help you if you need it. The sample project is incomplete and needs much more work, but that is its intended purpose; to "embed" 3rd party apps into NBB
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I set the Powermate to send the keys Command-Right Arrow when held down for 2 seconds, then set Spaces to use that key combo.
software to take the Command character? I can't get it to take any of the modifier keys.
That's odd, I couldn't get it to take ESC or any of the F keys, but it would take Command-Right Arrow from my keyboard.
My bad. It wouldn't take Control or Option and I guess I assumed it wouldn't work with Command. It used it fine. Thanks.
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I've been reading this forum for long time and decided to post my first reply here because I've had the same problem and solved it in a different and easy way.
I was using the 2.0 version of powermate drivers on Leopard and everything was perfect, included the escape key, but then I've upgraded to Snowleopard and v.2.1 of powermate drivers and it gave me the escape key problem. (I was not able to install the v.2.0 on snowleopard, it says is not a version for Intel Macs)
Anyway, I've read all the threads around here and there to find a suitable solution to that problem, I've tried also Griffin Proxi, but it gave me more trouble!
In the end I decided to go my way and I've written an applescripts to simulate the escape keypress, and it works great!
If it can help here is how to do:
- Open "applescript editor"
- Write this script:
tell application "System Events"
key code 53 -- escape key
- Compile it in order to check possible errors
- Save it as an application.
- Now all you have to do is to go in powermate pref panel and choose the command you want to associate to escape key. Insteag of using the "send key" command you will have to choose the "launch a file" option, selecting the application you've created with applescript.
Now it works!!!!
You could make exactly the same for the "command+esc" keypress (I do not remember the keycode for it, but google will!!), but it's quite unusefule since you can associate directly the frontrow.app file to launch.
Hope it could be useful for anybody, since I've tried many different things and this one seems to be the easiest and most useful.
PS: Sorry for my bad english, I'm Italian and I'm doing my best!