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Old 09-04-2003, 10:19 AM   #1
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key binding to mouse event

Is there any way to bind a key combination to a mouse click event? I have found a way with FVWM2 which almost works, but only with limited success. Is there a more general way to do this?
So, for example, if I want the Ctrl-shift-1 to cause a mouse button 1 click to be simulated, how would I do this?



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