Is there a software on Linux that can transform mouse movement into keyboard presses?

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  • color-picker.nvim

    A powerful Neovim plugin that lets users choose & modify RGB/HSL/HEX colors.

    I'm not talking about the regular mouse use in Vim. Let's say you have a color picker plugin, something like https://github.com/ziontee113/color-picker.nvim/, which uses `h` and `l` to change the slider. The action of changing the color slider would be nice if I can perform it on a track pad. That's why I ask the question :)

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    🎮 ⌨ An easy to use tool to change the behaviour of your input devices.

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