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mouseclick time-consuming problem [ win10]

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How to solve the time-consuming problem of mouseclick on Win10 , which is more serious when I open the taskmanager process

test:

Opt("MouseClickDelay",0)
Opt("MouseClickDownDelay",0)

Local $hTimer,$s
mousemove(0,0,3)

for $i=1 to 10

$hTimer = TimerInit()
;MouseClick("left")
;MouseDown("left")
MouseUp("left")
_Wait(555)
$s&=TimerDiff($hTimer)&@CR
next

exit msgbox(0,0,$s)

Func _Wait($iTime)
Local $hTimer=TimerInit()
While TimerDiff($hTimer)<$iTime
Wend
EndFunc

 

it works well on Win7

From Google Translator,Please forgive my poor English.
 
Edited by lin6051

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13 hours ago, Zedna said:

Look here and try my MouseClickFast & MouseMoveFast

 

I've tried it, but it doesn't work well also. Thank you for your reply., If i don't use the mousemove function,  mouseclick is faster

MouseClick('left')

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11 hours ago, jdelaney said:

You are probably burning cpu because of your while statement.   just use sleep ()

Cpu% is not considered here. Only Win10 has problems.

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On 3/18/2019 at 11:20 AM, jdelaney said:

MouseClick ( "button" [, x, y [, clicks = 1 [, speed = 10]]] )

set speed to 0.

I've tried it,  

 

Opt("MouseClickDelay",0)
Opt("MouseClickDownDelay",0)

Local $hTimer,$s
mousemove(0,0,3)

for $i=1 to 10

$hTimer = TimerInit()
MouseClick('left',Default,Default,1,0)
_Wait(555)
$s&=TimerDiff($hTimer)&@CR
next

exit msgbox(0,'Results',$s)

Func _Wait($iTime)
Local $hTimer=TimerInit()
While TimerDiff($hTimer)<$iTime
Wend
 EndFunc 

10 Results:  

Min 555  Max570+     By  Win10 ver 10.0.17763.55

Min 555  Max 556   By Win10 ver10.0.14393      <---It works well here.

Edited by lin6051

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Probably want to use python or c code if you want extreme performance.  also, that time variance can be causes by any one of the functions you are calling, including your loops

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10 hours ago, jdelaney said:

Probably want to use python or c code if you want extreme performance.  also, that time variance can be causes by any one of the functions you are calling, including your loops

No, I tested the same computer.

keybd_event   no problem        MouseClick  --->  Send  or  _WinAPI_Keybd_Event

"Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB "  is ok,  Win7  is ok

"Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC " and  "Win10 Pro"  have this problem

mouse_event   have this problem

 

Opt("SendKeyDelay",0)
Opt("SendKeyDownDelay",0)

Local $hTimer,$s

for $i=1 to 10
$hTimer = TimerInit()
Send('{UP}')
_Wait(555)
$s&=TimerDiff($hTimer)&@CR
next

exit msgbox(0,0,$s)

Func _Wait($iTime)
Local $hTimer=TimerInit()
While TimerDiff($hTimer)<$iTime
Wend
EndFunc

 

Edited by lin6051

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5 hours ago, lin6051 said:

"Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB "  is ok,  Win7  is ok

"Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC " and  "Win10 Pro"  have this problem

Sounds like an OS problem.


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