Mouse Button 4 Back Disabled

How do I disable back behaviour for mouse buttons. 2 replies 1 has this problem 1181 views; Last reply by cakemonitor 2 years ago. 8/27/18, 1:52 AM. Quote; Hi, I use the buttons on the side of my mouse for push-to-talk in Mumble, and I don't want these to also be interpreted by Firefox as a back button.

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Evoluent Mouse Manager is an optional but powerful software that may be installed to configure the buttons to perform many common functions. For example, button 2 may be configured to perform a double click with a single actual click to open a program, button 3 may be configured to open a link in a new tab, button 4 may be configured to cycle through open tabs, button 5 may be configured to close a tab, etc. This reduces the need to frequently move your hand between the mouse and the keyboard, and the need to move the mouse and click different areas of the screen.

  • Remap Mouse Buttons with AutoHotKey. If your needs are pretty simple and you only want to remap one mouse button to another, disable a mouse button or disable/reverse the scroll wheel, AutoHotKey will handle that task easily.
  • Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center software provides default commands for all of the mouse buttons. You can reassign some buttons to different commands or keyboard shortcuts to better fit your work style. You can also disable buttons you might press accidentally, such as the wheel button.

Further, the buttons may be configured to perform different functions in different programs. For example, button 2 may be configured as double click for the desktop to open programs and files, and configured as Ctrl + click in Internet Explorer to open links on a new tab instead of the same tab by default. The possibilities are endless!

Programmable functions for each button:

Mouse Button 4 Back DisabledMouse

Mouse 4 Button

Mouse Button 4 Back Disabled

Disabled
Left Click
Right Click
Wheel/Middle Click
Alt
Auto Pan
Back
Backspace
Close
Copy
Ctrl
Cut
Delete
Double Click
Enter
Esc
Explorer
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
Forward
Keystroke Recording
Launch Application
Maximize
Minimize
Page Down
Page Up
Paste
Print Screen
Run
Shift
Show/Hide Desktop
Spacebar
Start
Switch Applications
Tab
Undo
Zoom

Windows Mouse Button 4

Get the driver on the download page.