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hi

is it possible to make a mouseMove from (x1, y1) to (x2, y2) and stop with the mouse move when _IEPropertyGet($oIE, "statustext") returnes a specific text?

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i like to find a link at a homepage, but _IELinkClickByText don't work because it is a php page and this page hides the link-text. But when i move over the link, the URL of the link is displayed in the statustext and so i can find the link.

i hope someone can help or have a better solution :-)

thx

greetings

Muehli

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hi

is it possible to make a mouseMove from (x1, y1) to (x2, y2) and stop with the mouse move when _IEPropertyGet($oIE, "statustext") returnes a specific text?

background:

i like to find a link at a homepage, but _IELinkClickByText don't work because it is a php page and this page hides the link-text. But when i move over the link, the URL of the link is displayed in the statustext and so i can find the link.

i hope someone can help or have a better solution :-)

thx

greetings

Muehli

Maybe something like this

$x1 = 0
$x2 = 1000
$y1 = 0
$y2 = 200


for $n = $x1 to $x2
    mousemove($n,$y1 + ($y2 - $y1)*$n/($x2-$x1),0)
    ;if somecondition then exitloop
    sleep(10)
Next

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Maybe something like this

$x1 = 0
$x2 = 1000
$y1 = 0
$y2 = 200


for $n = $x1 to $x2
    mousemove($n,$y1 + ($y2 - $y1)*$n/($x2-$x1),0)
    ;if somecondition then exitloop
    sleep(10)
Next

why mouse speed is practicly same with sleep(1) true sleep(10) but without sleep() statements is very quick?!

This mean that sleep(1) is more then 1ms?

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

why mouse speed is practicly same with sleep(1) true sleep(10) but without sleep() statements is very quick?!

This mean that sleep(1) is more then 1ms?

Basically you can only sleep for 0 or 10 (and higher) ms. See this thread for an explanation. Edited by AdmiralAlkex

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