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Is there a way too use space bar instead of left mouse button when browsing

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Question as the title states it...

Im wondering if I can setup the spacebar so that instead of clicking when im in google chrome, I can just tap the space bar? so I can move the mouse then tap space when I want too click on something...

Is this possible? Preferably without a bunch of 3rd party software...
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... I've got to ask but, why?
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... I've got to ask but, why?

Knew this was coming, because I have an obnoxiously loud mouse and when I go clicky clicky clicky all night into ungodly hours of the morning the missus doesnt like it. (My pc is in our bedroom)
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post #5 of 7
2 years late but i know the answer - use windows 'access' options to use MouseKeys. This uses the number pad to represent all mouse functions.
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Oh... My..... God....

This is one of the most epic thread resurrections I've ever seen.... More than 2 years old, I'm not even kidding, my head nearly exploded... biggrin.gif

Either way, you got it fixed... lol

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2 years late but i know the answer - use windows 'access' options to use MouseKeys. This uses the number pad to represent all mouse functions.
You don't need to do that. what he's requesting is the default functionality for every browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome/Chromium, Opera, etc. they all do this by default). Why he didn't just try it I don't know because Chrome does work exactly like he requested out of the box.
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