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trying to write a simple script to move the mouse to a pos and hit left click every time a certain keystroke was detected. 

im getting some error msg .. any ideas ?


HotKeySet("a" , "MouseClick")   ; Pressing "a" moves the mouse
HotKeySet("{ESC}", "On_Exit") ; Pressing ESCAPE exits the script

; Use an infinite loop to keep the script alive - I bet this is what you did not have in your version ;)
While 1

Func MouseClick()
   MouseClick ( "left" [, 100, 100 [, clicks = 1 [, speed = 10]]] )

Func On_Exit()



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..and, would you kindly explain <snip>

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Any chance we could find out what this is used to automate? I'm sure there might be a better solution for you besides using mouse functions.

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I have removed the link from your post (and others). If you wish to restore it, please explain what it does first.


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