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Hey all,

I am trying to perform a very simple task - but have absolutely NO prior experience to this. I want to be able to run a script that allows me to click once and have the script "double click."

I searched around and found this script...

Func mouse()

; Double click at the current mouse pos

MouseClick("left")

MouseClick("left")

EndFunc

BUT - ive loaded it into a new script, and run the script, but nothing is happening. I am sorry for not having any idea what to do here. any help is GREATLY appreciated.

Edited by siraig

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Can you please tell us why you can't do the double click yourself?


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Perhaps you might post the full script you have placed this function in? The function in question does in fact invoke a double click at the current mouse position. In conclusion, I fail to see the problem.

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siraig, what is the application you're trying to manipulate? There is often a much better way to do what you want (activate a button, click on a link, etc.), without having to resort to Mouseclicks.


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