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In my work place they blocked the application movemouse. so y decided to do one by myself , to cheat the system.
I have used some peaces of code from another scripts I have, and also I have found in this forum
Hope this helps
$version="0.2" #include <Misc.au3> If _Singleton(@ScriptName, 1) = 0 Then ; allow only one instance MsgBox(0, "Warning", "An occurence of " & @ScriptName & " is already running") Exit EndIf #region tray icon #NoTrayIcon Opt("TrayIconHide", 0) Opt("TrayMenuMode", 1) TraySetToolTip("Ratoner "& $version) Local $exititem = TrayCreateItem("Exit") TraySetState(1) ; Show the tray menu. #endregion #region variables $BlockScreensaver=1 $flagMouse=1 $MouseNotMovedCounter=0 $posMouseMovedX=0 $posMouseMovedY=0 $Counter= 0 #endregion #region main Local $hTimer = TimerInit() while 1 $Counter=$Counter+1 if $Counter>1000 then CheckifMouseMove() if $MouseNotMovedCounter>2 then moveMouse() $Counter= 0 endif Switch TrayGetMsg() Case $exititem exit EndSwitch sleep(50) wend #endregion #region functions func CheckifMouseMove() ;~ ConsoleWrite("+CheckifMouseMove()" & @crlf) $posMouseMoved = MouseGetPos() if $posMouseMovedX<>$posMouseMovedor $posMouseMovedY <> $posMouseMoved then $posMouseMovedX=$posMouseMoved $posMouseMovedY=$posMouseMoved $MouseNotMovedCounter=0 ;~ ConsoleWrite('>$MouseNotMovedCounter = ' & $MouseNotMovedCounter & @crlf ) Else ;$MouseMoved=0 $MouseNotMovedCounter=$MouseNotMovedCounter+1 ;~ ConsoleWrite('--$MouseNotMovedCounter = ' & $MouseNotMovedCounter & @crlf ) endif EndFunc func moveMouse() ;~ ConsoleWrite("+moveMouse" & @crlf) Local $posMouse = MouseGetPos() $flagMouse=$flagMouse*-1 Local $new_y = $posMouse + $flagMouse ; + (10*$flagMouse) MouseMove($posMouse,$new_y) $MouseNotMovedCounter=0 ;~ ConsoleWrite("+mouseMove $MouseNotMovedCounter" & $MouseNotMovedCounter & @crlf) endfunc #endregion
I'm really new to AutoIT, and I have little experience with scripting or any sort of programming. But I'm trying to learn!
Right now, what I'm trying to do is make a quick script that repeats a few functions while a key is held down. I want to see if I can make a quick-burst script that might work in Fallout 4 with machine guns
#include <Misc.au3> $dll = DllOpen("user32.dll") While 1 Sleep(100) If _IsPressed("01", $dll) Then MouseDown("left") Sleep(320) MouseUp("left") Sleep(25) EndIf WEnd DllClose($dll) Right now, when I hold down my left mouse button, it just repeats the script once - then I have to release and hold again to enable it again. Is it possible to to start it from the top and basically just repeats itself while I'm holding down my mouse button?
In advance, thank you!
I want that when mouse cursor is in GUI, cursor would hide, and when cursor is outside GUI it would appear again.
(Sorry for my bad English)
Multi-monitor aware window centring function. Can handle various work area setups as outlined below:
Those are the variants I've tested.
#include <Math.au3> #include <WinAPI.au3> #include <WinAPIConstants.au3> #include <WinAPIGdi.au3> #include <WinAPISys.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> Func activeWindowCenter() Const $window = WinGetHandle('[ACTIVE]') Const $monitorInfo = _WinAPI_GetMonitorInfo(_WinAPI_MonitorFromWindow($window)) Const $area = [DllStructGetData($monitorInfo, 1), DllStructGetData($monitorInfo, 3), DllStructGetData($monitorInfo, 2), DllStructGetData($monitorInfo, 4)] Const $size = WinGetPos($window) If @error Then Return EndIf If BitAND(_WinAPI_GetWindowLong($window, $GWL_STYLE), $WS_MAXIMIZE) Then Return EndIf Const $areaWidth = _Max($area, $area) - _Min($area, $area) Const $windowOffsetX = ($areaWidth - $size) / 2 Const $x = _Min($area, $area) + $windowOffsetX Const $areaHeight = _Max($area, $area) - _Min($area, $area) Const $windowOffsetY = ($areaHeight - $size) / 2 Const $y = _Min($area, $area) + $windowOffsetY WinMove($window, '', $x, $y, $size, $size, 2) EndFunc Here's simple usage:
; include the definition HotKeySet('#o', 'activeWindowCenter') While 1 Sleep(1000) WEnd
Searching inside the forum, I don't succeed to get any explanation about a strange (for me !) phenomena:
Using AutoIt, I have coded a "cortex of neurons Simulator" for which I handle several neurons activity (Action Potential and Postsynaptic Potential) which take a long time, about 20 ms per neuron to be processed. This is why I need a global loop running about 1s for a global cortex of 50 neurons.
But when I move the mouse (in any direction, like rotating above the GUI) the speed of the loop increase significantly : around x8 times more ... !
This happens only if the GUI has the focus. I did a check with the "Windows Task Manager" where I can see the CPU usage changing every time the mouse is moving (growing from 3% to 15%).
I believe to remember some lecture about the influence of the user events regarding the "Application" capability to anticipate user actions by changing it's rate of pooling events, but I'm not sure it was in an AutoIt forum, or maybe it was in an other "developer forum" (like "Code Project", "Stackoverflow" , or ...?
Could somebody help me to understand this behaviour ?
If possible, is there a programmatic method to manage the speed of a simple "For, Next" loop ? I try to change the Application priority (setting to level 4 with "ProcessSetPriority"), but this seems not very efficient ....
FYI: I'm using :
Autoit 126.96.36.199 Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 Computer ASUS N56V Screen resolution: 1920x1080 (recommended) Theme :Windows Classic