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Mini Desktop

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So I want to be able to make a gui with a mini desktop or what ever is displayed on your screen, but when you click on something on your desktop it controlclicks that thing on your actual desktop. For Example, you open the program and click the my documents on your gui then the my documents would be opened. I'm thinking of a continous screen shot then finds the coordinates of where you click then control clicks the screen so my mouse doesn't move. Not to sure if this would work. Can someone tell me it's possible and point me in the right direction?

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Here are my first thoughts: You could grab the program icons with Resource Hacker. I would be inclined to to use OnEvent mode for the GUI. It would be simpler to just create shortcuts in a folder though.

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Heres something that i found searching in the forum, i`m sure there`s a better aproach of what you are looking for somewhere else, but you should to look for.

You have to do some job whit this.

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use GDI+ and bmps of the desktop with mousemove and mouse click? it sounds kinda like you want a VNC client?

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Here are my first thoughts: You could grab the program icons with Resource Hacker. I would be inclined to to use OnEvent mode for the GUI. It would be simpler to just create shortcuts in a folder though.

Not related what so ever?

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Not related what so ever?

I've seen several scripts to magnify or Zoom your screen. Maybe you can use any of that and just use a smaller magnify like .5? Edited by JoHanatCent

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