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Dear Friends

I’ve run in to a little problem. I have 2 USB mouse on my system. I need a script something like this.

If mouse 1 button 1 is pressed then do this

If Mouse 2 button 1 is pressed then do that

The problem for me, I think, is to identify each mouse and its buttons individually.

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http://www.microsoft.com/windows/multipoint/

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http://www.microsoft.com/windows/multipoint/

Thanks!! :(

The thing is - that there is only one curser and one user and one PC with 3 screens. On the system there are multiple running programs that have to interact using different interfaces and that the user should almoste control by presing a mouse button.

If Mouse1 Button 1 is pressed then Controlclick#1 on screen one ....

If Mouse2 Button 1 is pressed then Controlclick#2 on screen two ....

The key issue is to find a way to identifie and differentiate between the input from the two mice.

Thank You :graduated:

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm sure Multipoint handles which mouse is which. It's designed for multiple cursors on the screen even.

Keep in mind it is just an API though, and not a program.

Edited by Richard Robertson

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Did you get any progress on that?

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:imwithstupid: Considering he was last logged on about a year and a half ago, I don't think he cares.

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Maybe someone else does know how to detect between two mice wich one has been pressed and they didn't replied to this trhead because it was too old to notice it...

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Read up on the multipoint, then try to make something.

The guys around here is more likely to help you if you tried on your own first.


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Did you get any progress on that?

really??? look at the post date...... Posted 31 October 2010 - 12:45 PM

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really??? look at the post date...... Posted 31 October 2010 - 12:45 PM

Really??? Look at the posts after his...was it really necessary to post this at all?

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