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MouseOnEvent 1.9

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This UDF allows to set an events handler (a hook) for Mouse device.


What's New in Version 1.9

Released

  • * Script breaking version!
  • * Dropped AutoIt 3.3.0.0 support.
  • * Instead of $sParam1 and $sParam2, now $vParam used as last parameter.
  • * Event function ($sFuncName) now called with $iEvent as first parameter, and $vParam as second (both optional).
  • * Now $iBlockDefProc is set to -1 by default (event function can define whether to block event process or not, simply by returning 1 or 0).
  • * Fixed not working $MOUSE_PRIMARYDBLCLK_EVENT and $MOUSE_SECONDARYDBLCLK_EVENT,
  • now handled manually because windows does not always receive these events (depending on CS_DBLCLKS style).
  • (not tested properly, so these events will have "experimental" label for now).
  • * Fixed error related to "Subscript used with non-Array variable", caused when window with handle of $hTargetWnd parameter is not found (window closed).
  • * Examples updated.



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