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I'm tying to setup button presses on the z that when pressed will stay held until i release it. It seems I am having problems figuring that out and how to do it. I want to be able to press a button and its function be button i and stay i until i let go. If any one can help me with this that would be great. Thanks, Tim

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If you mean a physical button, you need to have a press output instead of tap.

If you mean tapping a physical button and the mouse holding the bound button/key to it then there a couple of ways to go about it:

1. You need to disable the mouses feature to auto release pressed buttons when there is no interaction between the mouse and the user, then you simply set a button with press of a button/key without release output. You should have a button to also for release any buttons/keys that that you've set up without release or you might not be able to use them.

2. You can make infinte repeat of button/key press, you will also need a button for breaking the loop. With this method you don't need to disable the auto button release feature of the mouse.

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I think it's possible to make a toggle command so that on one press the function is held and on the next press it releases

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On 3/13/2019 at 7:23 AM, NeonGamer said:

I think it's possible to make a toggle command so that on one press the function is held and on the next press it releases

You can use the "alternate" output action to get exactly that:

alternate hold.PNG

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On 2/13/2019 at 12:34 PM, slimtimmy13 said:

Can anyone provide insight into this??

There is an option to press and hold it's On the top line in the third option over  click on that and in the drop down I see press and hold.

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