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Hi all, I want to write a script that sends a middle mouse click when I press the letter H. I found a script online that achieves this, however, it doesn't work with the program I am attempting to use it with. The program doesn't respond to the mouse click, I think it is because the click needs to be sent using another method than whatever default method AutoIt uses. After doing some research, it seems that adding a Dll call to user32.dll to the script might do the trick. I tried editing the original script and came up with what you see below which is very wrong as I am sure you will noticed. This is my first time using AutoIt and I am very much lost. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

HotKeySet("h", "Actions")

$dll = DllOpen("user32.dll")

DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "mouse_event")

While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd


Func Actions()
    HotKeySet("h")
    MouseClick("right")
    HotKeySet("h", "Actions")
    Sleep(5)
 EndFunc
 DllClose($dll)

 

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What is the program you are attempting to automate ?

mouse_event api has a number of parameters you do not provide.

You should always setup error handling after each statement  that will inform you if function result failure or success.

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3 minutes ago, Nine said:

What is the program you are attempting to automate ?

mouse_event api has a number of parameters you do not provide.

You should always setup error handling after each statement  that will inform you if function result failure or success.

Hi, it is a Playstation 2 emulator called PCSX2 and the reason I need the script is because each time a lightgun game is launched, you are presented with a calibration screen with targets that you must shoot and after successful calibration, you have to press the middle mouse button to continue. The guns have buttons that I can assign to keyboard keys, therefore I just need a script that sends a middle mouse click after pressing a specific keyboard key. 

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