InfoConnect for Airlines VBA Guide
MouseButtonCombination Object
Represents the state of a particular mouse button mapping.
A mouse mapping must include: the mouse button being mapped; the number of mouse clicks (single or double); and the modifier key (such as SHIFT, CTRL, or ALT) used in conjunction with the mouse button.
This sample maps the mouse wheel to an action that extends the selected area one row down.
Public Sub MapMouseWheelToAction()
    Dim msmapping As MouseMapping
    Dim sequence As InputMapActionSequence
    Dim action As InputMapAction
    Dim combo As MouseButtonCombination
    Set msmapping = New MouseMapping
    Set sequence = New InputMapActionSequence
    Set action = New InputMapAction
    Set combo = New MouseButtonCombination
    'Set up the action to extend a selected area down one row
    action.ActionId = InputMapActionID_ExtendSelectionBlockDownAction
    'Add the action to the action sequence
    sequence.Add action
    'Set the mouse button as mouse wheel down
    combo.WheelDirection = MouseWheelDirection_WheelDown
    Set msmapping.button = combo
    'Map the mouse button to the action sequence
    Set msmapping.mapping = sequence
    'Add the new mapping to the mouse map
    ThisIbmTerminal.MouseMapper.AddMapping msmapping
End Sub
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