Cristian3095

MouseMove linear speed

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How can i make MouseMove function run with linear speed? I want that cursor speed is the same for the entire route. How can I do that?

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Cristian3095,

Welcome to the AutoIt forums.

When I test, it certainly looks as if MouseMove runs along a diagonal and then finishes its path along the remaining major axis. Why is this such a problem for you? Given that the mouse can only move in integer amounts you will never get an entirely smooth path unless the x/y distances are by chance identical, so even were you to manually determine the intermediate coordinates you are still likely to see a slightly irregular speed as not all moves would be equal.

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What I mean is that cursor starts slowly, than accelerates to about half of the path before slowing again to the end of the path.

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Post your code and we'll take a look.. 

 


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I saw this also indeed, if you for example drawn points in mspaint with a mousedown & mouseclick & mouseup, you can see that the mouse accalarates in the begin allot faster then in the end.. Then you see in the end allot more dotted patrn.

 

You could fix this by calculating the spaces between and make yourself allot of little mousemoves with speed zero.

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