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Right mouse detection was possible in Scratch 1.x in presentation mode which allowed Scratch to detect if the right mouse button was being pressed.
Here is the script:
when stage clicked if <not<mouse down?>> then . . . end
How it works
The When () Clicked block ran either when the item was clicked with any button on the mouse. The Mouse Down? block, however, only returned true if the left mouse button was down.
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