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hi, i tried to automatize start a program but i need a mouse clicking. i watched the help section but i cant understand it :idea:

So my source code is this:

MouseClick ( "" [, 730, 300 [, 1 [, 10 ]]] )
MouseClick ( "" [, 325, 115 [, 1 [, 10 ]]] )

The program starts but i get always an error meesage (Error: Error parsing function call.)

How can I fix it?


Edited by Unc3nZureD

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MouseClick ( "" [, 730, 300 [, 1 [, 10 ]]] )

should be

MouseClick ( "left" , 730, 300 , 1 , 10)

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To add to what Info has pointed out:

Any time you read the help file and see a function call written with [,$some [, $param]]) in it, the "[" indicates that the next parameter is optional. You don't write the ['s or ]'s into the code. The "]"'s at the end if those function calls are just the matching tags for optional parameters.


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