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Diasable Mouse Movement And Clicking?

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How would I disable mouse movement / clicking while the script runs? Thanks in advance.

Edit: Lol sorry about bad spelling in the subject, I just woke up!

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How would I disable mouse movement / clicking while the script runs? Thanks in advance.

Edit: Lol sorry about bad spelling in the subject, I just woke up!

HI,

have a look at BlockInput() and _MouseTrap() and maybe also _isPressed()

So long,

Mega


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How would I disable mouse movement / clicking while the script runs? Thanks in advance.

Edit: Lol sorry about bad spelling in the subject, I just woke up!

Disable mouse movement and click? Who would wants to make that? (You trying make a Joke, really?)

In AutoIt you can disable mouse movements with UDF _mousetrap ()

#include <Misc.au3>

_MouseTrap([$i_left = 0[, $i_top = 0[, $i_right = 0[, $i_bottom = 0]]]])

To inactive buttons left and right, I don't know.... (Who would wants to make that?) lol...

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Me, lol, so that my scripts dont get interupted by accidental mouse movement.

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@j0sh: th.meger had it right, BlockInput(1) disables both mouse and keyboard, BlockInput(0) reenables them. Keep in mind that certain versions of windows other than XP SP2 have some problems with this. i.e. you can't send the Alt key in one I know of. Just look at the help file and you'll see the exceptions.


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