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EVulpes

Greetings to all scripters and programmers more competent than me. I come before you now with a problem in a script I have been tasked to create for my current employer regarding the MouseClickDrag() function.

My problem is thus: although I precisely know the screen coordinates I must use at all points in this script and the script is otherwise functional in all aspects, either the initial click of the MouseClickDrag() function or the simulated terminal release of the mouse button do not successfully execute, for the item the script attempts to drag-and-drop simply remains stationary. The item(s) with which the script attempts to interact are contained within a WindowsForms10.SysTreeView32.app control, though I am not well-versed enough in programmatic conventions of any kind to know if the garble of numbers in the control type which follow will signify anything to a reader, so I omit them for now and can provide the full control class upon request. The line of code used for this function is simple and is as follows:

MouseClickDrag("left", 102, 136, 102, 119, 0) ;Values from 0 – 10 have been used for the speed modifier without effect.

I humbly thank anyone who may be able to assist in this matter.

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jaberwacky

What is WindowsForms10.SysTreeView32.app? Is it some kind of custom control? If so then they may not have coded drag and drop functionality in it.

Edited by LaCastiglione

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martin

Greetings to all scripters and programmers more competent than me. I come before you now with a problem in a script I have been tasked to create for my current employer regarding the MouseClickDrag() function.

My problem is thus: although I precisely know the screen coordinates I must use at all points in this script and the script is otherwise functional in all aspects, either the initial click of the MouseClickDrag() function or the simulated terminal release of the mouse button do not successfully execute, for the item the script attempts to drag-and-drop simply remains stationary. The item(s) with which the script attempts to interact are contained within a WindowsForms10.SysTreeView32.app control, though I am not well-versed enough in programmatic conventions of any kind to know if the garble of numbers in the control type which follow will signify anything to a reader, so I omit them for now and can provide the full control class upon request. The line of code used for this function is simple and is as follows:

MouseClickDrag("left", 102, 136, 102, 119, 0) ;Values from 0 – 10 have been used for the speed modifier without effect.

I humbly thank anyone who may be able to assist in this matter.

I assume that if you drag manually it works and that you are sure the coordinates are correct.

Have you tried Mousedown, sleep, mousemove, mouseup?

In case this is the reason

Edited by martin

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