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Commodity: MidToFront 1.2Print


John Perry is working on a commodity called MidToFront, and uploaded his work to the archives.

MidToFront is an Aros commodity that adds an intuitive use for the buttons of the mouse. It is more or less a replacement for the click-to-front commodity.

The commodity changes the standard actions of the mousebuttons:

  • when the left mousebutton is pressed on a window it will activate that window, but without bringing it to the front
  • pressing the right mousebutton wil show the menu
  • pressing the middle mousebutton brings the window under the mouse to the front or to the back.
In this release John made bugfixes, added some material provided by Olivier Adam, and made some feature enhancements.

Download: MidToFront 1.2 for Aros/i386 (24 KB)

#1 | cavemann on October 16 2012 07:21:22
I have been using MidToFront since the first version and it works great. At first I wondered if using the middle button would be a problem, but so far so good. It's easy to install and easy to use. I also think MidToFront is the best solution because in my opinion the alternative ClickToFront is buggy and unstable.

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