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dr_st
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I have a problem with jDOOM and my mouse. My mouse is a 3-button scrollwheel mouse (3rd button is the scroll-wheel), connected to the serial port via a PS/2->Serial connector. All apps in DOS and Windows detect my mouse, and so does jDOOM, but it only responds to mouse movement, not to button presses (any button). Hlep.

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Zro
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I'm using samekind of mouse, but theres no problems with it.
Did you configure controlls so that mouse buttons are in use? I think they weren't as default.

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dr_st
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Yeah, they are by default. The problem is the game doesn't respond to them at all. If I want to assign an action to a mouse button by clicking it in the menus, it doesn't respond. And it doesn't respond to the actions already assigned to it, too.

I guess it could be a number of things. When I have time and care more I'll look into it further.

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