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how can you get the mouse in the center of a msgbox wan it spawns

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how can you get the mouse in the center of a msgbox wan it spawns?

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MouseMove ( x, y [, speed] )

Assumming the messagebox is in the middle of the screen then x,y will be @DesktopWidth/2, @DesktopHeight/2. Otherwise you can get the window position from WinGetPos ( "title" [, "text"] ).

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MouseMove ( x, y [, speed] )

Assumming the messagebox is in the middle of the screen then x,y will be @DesktopWidth/2, @DesktopHeight/2. Otherwise you can get the window position from WinGetPos ( "title" [, "text"] ).

If the message box is one you created in your own script then you can't do that because MsgBox is a blocking function. You can use AdLibRegister before the massage box statement and if the adlib function detects the message box then it can set the mouse cursor where you want it and then disable the adlib function. After the message box statement it might be best to disable the adlib function if it wasn't already done.

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If the message box is one you created in your own script then you can't do that because MsgBox is a blocking function. You can use AdLibRegister before the massage box statement and if the adlib function detects the message box then it can set the mouse cursor where you want it and then disable the adlib function. After the message box statement it might be best to disable the adlib function if it wasn't already done.

yes it blocks the func if you do it so:

MsgBox(64, "test", "the desktop center is: " & @DesktopWidth/2 & " " & @DesktopHeight/2)
MouseMove(@DesktopWidth/2,@DesktopHeight/2,0)

it wil works if you do it like this:

MouseMove(@DesktopWidth/2,@DesktopHeight/2,0)
MsgBox(64, "test", "the desktop center is: " & @DesktopWidth/2 & " " & @DesktopHeight/2)

problem fixed thank you

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