Inner Chains – How to Rebind Mousewheel

This guide will help you to bind any action to your scroll wheel.

Guide to Rebind Mousewheel

Locate Your AppData Folder

In order to locate your AppData folder you’ve to enable showing hidden files in Windows Explorer.

To do so, select the tab “View”, then click on “Options”.

In the window that opens, select the tab “View”, and then change the option highlighted in the screenshot to “Show hidden files, folders, and drivers”.

Press Ok to confirm.

Locate Your Inner Chains Configuration Folder

You should find your Inner Chains configuration folder under AppData, local, Innerchains.

The default path for it is:

  • C:\Users[YourUsername]\AppData\Local\InnerChains\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor\

In this folder you will find a file named Input.ini

Edit the Input.ini File

This file maps the controls, the string you find after ActionName is the command you will modify, the next string Key is the key which will be assiged to that control. To bind a command to the wheel, replace the key assigned to a command with either MouseSrollDown or MouseScrollUp.

For instance, in case we want to swap the mouse wheel so that scrolling down equips the next weapon and scrolling up equips the previous, we should change the two corresponding lines, from this:

ActionMappings=(ActionName="NextWeaponBcwd",Key=MouseScrollDown,bShift=False,bCtrl=False,bAlt=False,bCmd=False)
ActionMappings=(ActionName="NextWeaponFwd",Key=MouseScrollUp,bShift=False,bCtrl=False,bAlt=False,bCmd=False)

To this:

ActionMappings=(ActionName="NextWeaponBcwd",Key=MouseScrollUp,bShift=False,bCtrl=False,bAlt=False,bCmd=False)
ActionMappings=(ActionName="NextWeaponFwd",Key=MouseScrollDown,bShift=False,bCtrl=False,bAlt=False,bCmd=False)

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