- Click here
to download amouse.exe. (It is also available in the
standard Driver Packages)
- When asked where you want to save it, choose your
- To run it, just click Start, then Run..., then type
This will execute the utility and place a small icon in your
System Tray. Click this icon to bring up the utility's features.
- Turn off Assassin 3D Mouse, this will unload the Assassin
3D Mouse Emulation program.
- Add to Startup, This will add the Assassin 3D Mouse
Emulation program to the Startup Folder which will make
it load every time you restart your computer. Once this
has been added to your Startup Folder, the prompt will
change to Remove from Startup. This will allow you to
remove the Assassin 3D Mouse Emulation Program from your
- Disable Assassin 3D Mouse, this will turn off the
Assassin 3D Mouse Emulation. This option will leave the
program running so you can easily re-enable the mouse
emulation. Once you have disabled the Assassin 3D Mouse
Emulation, the prompt will change to Enable Assassin 3D
- Close this Window, this will leave all the settings as
they are and minimize the control window back to the
little red joystick shortcut icon.
The Assassin 3D Mouse Emulation program works just like your
mouse. The left button is used for normal mouse left button
selecting and dragging and the right button is used for normal
right button selecting and special dragging. You can control the
button selections and acceleration through your normal mouse
driver controls. Your Mouse driver controls are usually found in
the Control Panel. Click Start followed by settings and click on
Control Panel. Locate and double click on Mouse.
- This software is Version 1.0. If you find any problems
with this utility or have any feature requests, please
- Make sure you disable this software before running any
Windows 95 game that supports the Assassin 3D (like
WinQuake, GLQuake and QuakeWorld). Otherwise, your
Assassin 3D performance will be severely compromised.
- You cannot remove your existing pointing device. This
utility allows the Assassin 3D to be used in conjunction
(simultaneously) with your existing mouse.
- You can change the sensitivity of the Assassin 3D control
by clicking on Mouse in the Control Panel, clicking on
the Motion tab and changing the Pointer Speed as desired.
- This utility requires the Windows 95 driver; click here to transfer to the
Windows 95 driver page.
- If you get a message saying that the "Assassin 3D
was not detected", you will need to make sure that
the Windows 95 Game Controllers is configured with the
FPgaming Assassin3D & Joystick option or Madcatz
Panther & Joystick, and that it is calibrated. See Calibrating in Win95.
If you are using DirectX 5 and Game Controllers, you will
also want to make sure that you only have one joystick
- If you click on the Mouse Emulation Shortcut and your
cursor goes to a corner and stays there (you may be able
to bring it out but it returns when you stop moving the
Trackball) you will need to re-calibrate your A3D
product. See Calibrating in
Win95. If you are using DirectX 5 and Game
Controllers, you will also want to make sure that you
only have one joystick option installed.
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