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Is it possible to make Backward/Forward mouse buttons available for navigating in Evernote for Windows just as in Chrome?

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What do forward/back keys do in Chrome?

This sort of thing might be possible using something like AutoHotKey.

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16 minutes ago, jefito said:

What do forward/back keys do in Chrome?

Backward/Forward buttons on a mouse are availabe for navigating web pages in Chrome. I would be surprised to know you don't use them!

16 minutes ago, jefito said:

This sort of thing might be possible using something like AutoHotKey.

Are there any keyboard shortcuts to navigate views backward/forward in Evernote for Windows?

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1 hour ago, actant said:

Are there any keyboard shortcuts to navigate views backward/forward in Evernote for Windows?

Alt+Right, Alt+Left. If you modify the toolbar and add the back/forward button, hovering over that will show the shortcut.

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21 minutes ago, dcon said:

Alt+Right, Alt+Left. If you modify the toolbar and add the back/forward button, hovering over that will show the shortcut.

Superb! They also work in Chrome. Let me put them in AHK.

@dcon @jefito Thank you both!

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9 hours ago, actant said:

Backward/Forward buttons on a mouse are availabe for navigating web pages in Chrome. I would be surprised to know you don't use them!

I don't use them very often, but when i do I use the toolbar tool or Alt+Left or Alt+Right. I would usually reference them as back/forward in web history.

I actually use them more often in Evernote, typically just to go back from a previous internal link navigation.

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I use the following AH scripts, so that shift left click and shift right click navigate back and forwards:

; 2 Evernote mouse cursor scripts
#IfWinActive ahk_class ENMainFrame
~RButton & LButton::
KeyWait RButton, L
Send !{Left}
#IfWinActive
return

#IfWinActive ahk_class ENMainFrame
~LButton & RButton::
KeyWait LButton, L
Send !{Right}
#IfWinActive
return

 

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