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Is there any way to speed the automated mouse movement? I'm tired of watching it crawl across the screen. I just want it to click where I tell it to, without watching it travel there. Is this possible?

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Yes, in the mouseclick function just specify the x, y coordinates (see helpfile)

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Yes, I figured that part out. But when you do that (or at least when I do that), you still have to watch the mouse move across the screen. I know it doesn't sound like a big deal, but the people I'm developing this program for will be using these same hotkeys to navigate the screen and select different fields thousands of times every day. So those extra seconds they spend watching the cursor move to each field every time can really add up. I'm hoping for instantaneous mouse movement.

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Yes, I figured that part out.  But when you do that (or at least when I do that), you still have to watch the mouse move across the screen.  I know it doesn't sound like a big deal, but the people I'm developing this program for will be using these same hotkeys to navigate the screen and select different fields thousands of times every day.  So those extra seconds they spend watching the cursor move to each field every time can really add up.  I'm hoping for instantaneous mouse movement.

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If you read the helpfile you will have seen an option for speed, 0 being instant.


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If you read the helpfile you will have seen an option for speed, 0 being instant.

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Ok, I see that now. But can I use that as a parameter of MouseClick, or do I have to do MouseMove then MouseClick? Because I think having a number after the coordinates for MouseClick is just the number of clicks, right?

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Exactly, see helpfile and your wildest dreams will come trueeeeeeeeeeeeee!

speed: [optional]the speed to move the mouse in the range 1 (fastest) to 100 (slowest). A speed of 0 will move the mouse instantly. Default speed is 10.

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Ok, I see that now.  But can I use that as a parameter of MouseClick, or do I have to do MouseMove then MouseClick?  Because I think having a number after the coordinates for MouseClick is just the number of clicks, right?

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MouseClick ( "button" [, x, y [, clicks [, speed ]]] )


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Thanks guys, its working much faster now.

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Try

MouseClick ( "Right", 100 , 100 , 1 , 0)


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