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Hello I got this script works below and I want to do not move cursor on screen when action is performed.

Opt("MouseCoordMode", 1) ; cause it gets whole screen coords
     Local $x, $y
     Local $search = _ImageSearch('item.bmp', 0, $x, $y, 0)
          If $search = 1 Then
             MouseMove($x, $y,0)
             MouseClick("right", $x, $y))
             MouseMove($xMiddle, $yMiddle,0)
             MouseClick("left", $xMiddle, $yMiddle)
          EndIf

I changed this above to this below and what happen is. It clicks right button and then left button but not move mouse to $x $y and then to $xMiddle $yMiddle.

Opt("MouseCoordMode", 1) ; cause it gets whole screen coords
     Local $x, $y
     Local $search = _ImageSearch('item.bmp', 0, $x, $y, 0)
          If $search = 1 Then
             ControlClick("","",0,"secondary",1,$x,$y)
             ControlClick("","",0,"primary",1,$xMiddle,$yMiddle)
          EndIf

If needed I got handle in var $hwnd

Please tell me how parameters in ControlClick would like be

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@Miliardsto the whole point of ControlClick is to interact with the button without the need for the less-reliable MouseMove/MouseClick combo. It sounds as though it is working as you have it written, it clicks the buttons. If you need to move the mouse specifically to a position, you would still need to use the MouseMove line. But I would ask first why you need the mouse to be at that exact position.

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