In the past, I have used the Explorer Mouse's tilt of its wheel to activate a
macro in AutoHotkey to position windows on my multiple monitors. But now using
it on my new Windows 7 64 bit machine, tilting it left or right doesn't seem
to put out anything that AutoHotkey sees (it has a key recognition monitor, and
that shows nothing as output when I tilt the wheel).
Is there a way, maybeusing the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center,
to assign an output to tilting the wheel?
This is model 1362.
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