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ControlClick take a look.

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Hi,

Let me start showing u my script:

Opt("MouseCoordMode", 2)
$size = WinGetClientSize("test")
$xratio = $size[0] / 1440
$yratio = $size[1] / 900
WinActivate("test")
Sleep(100)
MsClick("","","","left",1,380,330)
Func MsClick($clickType, $xpos, $ypos, $xOff = 1, $yOff = 1, $clicks = 1, $speed = 4)
$randX = $xpos - ($xOff * $xratio)
$randY = $ypos - ($yOff * $yratio)
 ControlClick("test", "", "",$clickType,1,$randX,$randY)
EndFunc   ;==>MsClick

So what i want to do it to use ControlClick as MouseClick command.

I am definitly doing something wrong here but dont know what it is.

I tried thousands ways and some worked but not accurated.

This one works but whatever is the possition i set it click always at the same place

Please take a loot ;)

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The coordinates in the ControlClick function are the coordinates in the control that you want it to click. Also, the way you're calling the MsClick function is totally wrong for how you wrote it. Your $clicktype is the first parameter, but it looks like you're sending the button to click in the 4th parameter ($xOff), and you're sending it the X and Y parameters in the $yOff and $clicks parameter positions.


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Yeah i dont know why the f@@k i posted this code but i got a lot of tests here.

Func MsClick($tittle, $text, $controlid, $clickType, $clicks = 1, $xpos = 1, $ypos = 1)
 $randX = $xpos * $xratio
 $randY = $ypos * $yratio
 ControlClick("test", "", "",$clickType,$clicks,$randX,$randY)
EndFunc   ;==>MsClick

So it should be this way. But why is it not accurated?

My window is a maximized window without child windows or sth else.

No ID nothing. But not adding the ID it works on the entire window.

Does it start from the top left (0 x 0)? I guess not.

So i just have to find out whats the diffenece between them and change the $randX/$randY to +/- depending on the difference since i want it for self use?


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Sometimes back i faced the similar kind of problem.

Just Put AutoItSetOption("MouseCoordMode", 2) inside the function and it worked.

but if your screen is maximize screen then you can use any spy tool to get the co-ordinate.

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Sometimes back i faced the similar kind of problem.

Just Put AutoItSetOption("MouseCoordMode", 2) inside the function and it worked.

but if your screen is maximize screen then you can use any spy tool to get the co-ordinate.

Nah nevermind.

I found the solution.


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