About This File
Mouse Tweaks replaces the standard RMB dragging mechanic, adds two new LMB dragging mechanics and an ability to quickly move items with the scroll wheel. Everything can be enabled and disabled in the configuration file or in Forge's mod options menu.
Configuration file: .minecraft/config/MouseTweaks.cfg
Very similar to the standard RMB dragging mechanic, with one difference: if you drag over a slot multiple times, an item will be put there multiple times. Replaces the standard mechanic if enabled.
Configuration setting: RMBTweak=1
- Hold your right mouse button
- Drag your mouse around the crafting grid
- You can drag your mouse on top of existing items
LMB Tweak (with item)
Lets you quickly pick up or move items of the same type.
Configuration setting: LMBTweakWithItem=1
- Hold your left mouse button to pick up an item
- Drag your mouse across the inventory. Items of the same type will be picked up
- Hold shift and drag. Items of the same type will get "shift-clicked"
MB Tweak (without item)
Quickly move items into another inventory.
Configuration setting: LMBTweakWithoutItem=1
- Hold shift, then hold your left mouse button (Mouse cursor is not visible for some reason)
- Drag your mouse across the inventory. Items will get "shift-clicked" (Mouse cursor is not visible for some reason)
Scroll to quickly move items between inventories. When you scroll down on an item stack, its items will be moved one by one. When you scroll up, items will be moved into it from another inventory.
Configuration setting: WheelTweak=1
Configuration setting: WheelSearchOrder=1
When you scroll up, the mod will search for items from last to first (when this is set to 1) or from first to last (when this is set to 0).
Configuration setting: WheelScrollDirection=0
Set this to 1 to invert the default scroll actions. So, when set to 1, scrolling down will pull the items and scrolling up will push the items.
Configuration setting: OnTickMethodOrder=Forge, LiteLoader
Mouse Tweaks can use multiple APIs for an OnTick method that it requires. You can use this setting to control the API it prefers. This shouldn't really matter at all. If a method isn't supported (for example, you don't have the API installed) the mod will proceed to check the next ones.