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i try to use blockInput but keyboard and mouse is disable.

how about i want only the mouse disable/ enable.

i there anyway to implement this with autoit.

any suggestion is highly appreciated..

thank you,

julius

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i try to use blockInput but keyboard and mouse is disable.

how about i want only the mouse disable/ enable.

i there anyway to implement this with autoit.

any suggestion is highly appreciated..

thank you,

julius

you could use the MouseMove() function to move the mouse to a harmless area of the screen, then use _MouseTrap() to keep it there...
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you could use the MouseMove() function to move the mouse to a harmless area of the screen, then use _MouseTrap() to keep it there...

where can i find this udf _MouseTrap()

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Would this allow you to still move the mouse with autoit?

yes i believe so, but the thing is, once it's moved out of the mouetrap area of the screen, it's untrapped... one thing you may want to do is make it so that when your script moves the mouse, it moves the trap area too.
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Hello

If You Using The Mose Movments to Send Mouse Click to Install a Program Then

i Suggest you to use the Function ControlClick ( "title", "text", controlID [, button] [, clicks]] )

More Ease

AutoMan

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