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  1. Given a specific XY coordinate, this snippet returns the handle to the monitor the coordinate appears on... or 0 if it is off all screens. Particularly useful in multiple monitor setups where monitors have different resolutions or are offset vertically or horizontally (in which case, there are areas of the virtual desktop that are off all screens). You could also use it to return the handle of the monitor where a window is placed, or where the mouse was clicked, or other similar applications. #include <WinAPIGdi.au3> ;for _WinOnMonitor() Func _WinOnMonitor($iXPos, $iYPos)
  2. I'm working on a script for one or more monitors that will wrap the mouse around the monitors and yet still allow you to drag windows to the edge of the monitor for the Windows 7 Snap feature. So, this is a basic script that does what I set out to do. I think it will even work on multiple monitors. If you have more than two monitors and want to test then I will love you forever. [update -- 05/19/2013] This update has a major difference. When the user drags the mouse to the edge of a monitor there is a 300 millisecond delay before the mouse will wrap. This will give the user some time
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