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tommytx

How to detect a mouse click...

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I need to get into a while loop and wait for someone to type the data into the box and then when they hit the enter key i want to call a sub named "DoImage()" to take a snapshot of the page before sending. Either an enter or a click of the button will send the page. So far the below inside the while loop works fine for detecting the Enter key and snapshots the page before sending it.. However I cannot find the command to add to snapshot the page on a button click.. Thanks.

While 1
If _IsPressed("0D") Then DoImage()
If MouseLeftClick() then DoImage()  ?????????????  just made this one up...this is what I need.
Sleep(100)
Wend

Func DoImage()
Take a snapshot of the page.
Endfunc

And of course after the DoImage() I still need it to click and send the page.. just as it does with the return.

Edited by tommytx

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tommytx,

You did not read the _IsPressed page in the Help file very carefully by the look of things. Try reading it again - particularly the codes you can use. :oops:

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