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Siiig

Moving Mouse, And Clicking.

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Siiig

Hello, I was wondering if you guys could give me a hand.

Well im looking to make a script that moves the mouse to a certin place, then click the spot. What i have so far is these too commands.

MouseMove()

MouseClick()

Now i have two questiong, first, do i need anything after MouseClick()? (im looking for a left click). Also, how would i find the screen positions for MouseMove() and what format to they need to be in?

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kpu

Dude,

First try acctually reading the help file. :lmao: Not to sound like an jerk, but if you can't follow the help file for that, you should just hang it up now. There's even examples in it... :P

Good Luck!

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Siiig

Sorry bout that, i actualy DIDNT read the text file for once, i feel like a jackass now :P, Sorry for the unneed post, and the lesson here is, ALAWAYS READ THE HELP FILE!!

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herewasplato

After you read the help file you might just use MouseClick since it can move the mouse before the click.

As for finding the coordinates - look at the windows info tool that comes with the standard AutoIt install.

Start > Programs > AutoIt v3 > AutoIt Window Info

Be sure to explore the settings under "Options".

Another way to find the coordinates is to use a little script like this:

AutoItSetOption("MouseCoordMode", 1)
AutoItSetOption("TrayIconDebug", 1)

HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "Terminate")

While 1
    $pos = MouseGetPos()
    ToolTip("Desktop X: " & $pos[0] & ", " & "Desktop Y: " & $pos[1] & " Pause2exit")
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

Func Terminate()
    ClipPut('MouseClick("left",' & $pos[0] & ',' & $pos[1] & ',1,1); wrt DESKTOP')
    Exit
EndFunc  ;==>Terminate
Run the code above and see what you get.

[it was copied from someone else in the forum...]


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TK_Incorperate

auto-it has a "Autoit Window Info" program, that automaticaly tells you the co-ords of your mouse, aswell as other info.... lol very easy and idiot-proof

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herewasplato

auto-it has a "Autoit Window Info" program, that automaticaly tells you the co-ords of your mouse, aswell as other info.... lol very easy and idiot-proof

I think that I mentioned that:

As for finding the coordinates - look at the windows info tool that comes with the standard AutoIt install.

Start > Programs > AutoIt v3 > AutoIt Window Info

Be sure to explore the settings under "Options".

...but I would say the there are several idiots (including me) that did not discover the "Coord Mode" on the first day of use and that messed me up for a while.

...besides, the code in my other post writes the line of code for you. :-)

One improvement on that code would be to display all 3 "Coord Modes" with a different hotkey for each.


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