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Hey, I was wondering if it is possible in Windows to run a program, that will map lets say the "r" button to something like an xbox controller's trigger or the mouse's wheel?

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AutoHotkey would be what you're looking for. It lets you create hotkeys for joysticks and mouse.

Autoit is an alternative to AHK and also does a great job at creating custom hotkeys.

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I suggest AutoHotkey , Autoit is seen as virus by many antivirus programs :) – nXqd Jun 2 '10 at 3:59
    
@nXqd I just did a quick search and it seems that it is being flagged as a virus because of its compressor (upx.exe), only Avast flags it as a threat. Thanks for the information though, never knew about it – Serge Jun 2 '10 at 4:06

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