Cycle through windows with mouse

Share your favorite FastKeys commands
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davidp
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Post by davidp » Jan 1st, ’19, 03:51

Write a script to cycle through opened windows(as how Alt+tab works) with recently used first,using mouse's right click and the wheel.
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Tom
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Post by Tom » Jan 2nd, ’19, 11:03

Shortcut: ~RButton & WheelDown
Command: Send, !{Esc}

Shortcut: ~RButton & WheelUp
Command: Send, +!{Esc}

Double-click on a shortcut field to enter advanced shortcuts.
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davidp
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Post by davidp » Jan 2nd, ’19, 15:34

Which module and what should i enter for other fields? Tell me step by step.
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Tom
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Post by Tom » Jan 2nd, ’19, 19:30

Select Shortcuts module and add two new shortcuts:

Shortcut: double click on the field and enter: ~RButton & WheelDown
Description: Next window
Type: Command
Command: Send, !{Esc}

Shortcut: double click on the field and enter: ~RButton & WheelUp
Description: Previous window
Type: Command
Command: Send, !+{Esc}
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davidp
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Post by davidp » Jan 3rd, ’19, 03:49

It's cycling only in the taskbar and the window is not opened on what i cycle also wheel up is not working and context menu is getting opened
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Tom
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Post by Tom » Jan 3rd, ’19, 10:38

I updated the post for both shortcuts. It works for me in Win7 and Win10.
It's the same as pressing Alt+Esc and Shift+Alt+Esc on a keyboard, can you try that?
cavin12
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Post by cavin12 » Apr 27th, ’19, 15:38

thanks for helping with suggestions
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