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Is there any way to ControlClick to X,Y? info tool dont have a control id. CAN i send a ControlClick to A X,Y? OR any other way to send a CLICK to X,Y with out moving mouse curse? 

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Can you post the values you use?
The help file says: "The x/y position to click within the control". I interpret this as being calculated from the the upper left corner (like in GUICreate)


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On 16/11/2015 at 7:03 PM, water said:

Can you post the values you use?
The help file says: "The x/y position to click within the control". I interpret this as being calculated from the the upper left corner (like in GUICreate)

On 16/11/2015 at 3:33 PM, INSI said:

Clicking the wrong position

same problem 

i use 

ControlClick("title", "", "","right",1,$posx,$posy)

but wrong poision

i use mouseclick then true

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On 16.11.2015 at 9:33 AM, INSI said:

Clicking the wrong position

than adjust this, the coordinates your case are relative to window.

Edited by AutoBert

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Hi,

Try to use the Au3Info to look for the control coords within the control window

Just Click and Drag the cursor to the coords that you want and then release.

In the Au3Info Window, go to the Control Tab and look for ControlClick Coords. It should look something like this. 

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I have an [ AHK (autohotkey) ] Script

using controlclick x , y 

            sleep 60 

1::Pause

2::Exit

question : how can I create one like this ? and with Auto it without  using 

WinActivate("title") too 

I want it get I'd any application or game . focused on Conquer Online ...

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ahmedabdallah,

Firstly, you are coding with AutoHotKey, not AutoIt.

Secondly, you are automating games - and you appear to have missed the Forum rules on your way in. Please read them now - particularly the bit about not discussing game automation - and then you will understand why even if you are looking for an AutoIt solution you will get no help and this thread will now be locked.

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