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Joystick (_BlockInputEx)????

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good afternoon

there is some function in AutoIT like (_BlockInputEx) but joystick to lock the buttons of the joystick you want?

thank you

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Just unplug it?

this would be the easiest way.lol lol

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Hehe yeah...

So why do you want to "lock" you buttons? I don't think I've seen anyone do that specifically, but maybe there are alternatives depending on what you are doing.

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I'll tell you specifically what I want, I have a timer and what I want is to integrate a function in the script to block certain buttons on the joystick so if you do not have time to leave only one button to be used ,if you have time to release the remaining buttons and when the time comes again to zero lock the same buttons. On the keyboard i know what the function that does this now in the joystick do not know if there is this function ? Best Regards

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Join the club @Belini. ;)

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