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Independant cursor for autoit application?

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Is it possible for an autoit macro to control its own cursor (doesnt neccesarily have to be an actual cursor) without interfering with the main mouse? It'd be particularly useful if it was a cursor though and not just sending mouse clicks to coordinates.

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You should use GUISetCursor or GUICtrlSetCursor.


Sorry for my bad English but nobody is perfect. [font=arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Ramzes[/font]

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I dont mean the cursor picture. I want a macro which can run in the background while the user is browsing the internet or whatever in the background.

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Count the cursors on your screen. There is only one.

What you want is to write "better" code, using ControlClick() instead of MouseClick() etc. I can't give you any specifics since you gave no datails. Just open the helpfile and start reading.

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