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Kyler Carlson

mouse move in a curve

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hey, just kindda wondering... i know how to use mousemove(x,y,speed) could somebody develop a mousecurve(x start, y start, x end, y end, speed, amount to curve off or a straight line) my current attempt isn't really working right at all and right now i am only dividing the span up into quarters and having it move over from the straight path. heres my code but it isn't doing what i want. idealy, it would move in a nice (basically smooth) curve. i however, have no idea how to do that. also my code doesn't work right so i wouldn't reccomend basing your code off of it. heres my attempt so far.

Func curvemouse($x2,$y2,$curve,$speed)
    $pos = MouseGetPos()
    $x1 = $pos[0]
    $y1 = $pos[1]
    $x_half = $x2 + $x1 / 2
    $y_half = $y2 + $y1 / 2
    $x_q1 = $x2 + $x1 / 4
    $y_q1 = $y2 + $y1 / 4
    $x_q3 = $x2 + $x1 * 3 / 4
    $y_q3 = $y2 + $y1 * 3 / 4
    MouseMove($x_q3 + $curve / 2,$y_q3,$speed)
    MouseMove($x_half + $curve,$y_half,$speed)
    MouseMove($x_q1 + $curve / 2,$y_q1,$speed)
    mousemove($x2,$y2,$speed)
EndFunc

hope you guys can help, Kyler

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better off using the formula for an ellipse with variable focus


[quote name='DaleHohm']You have a strange habit of posting error messages that don't match your code.[/quote][quote name='SmOke_N']Forget the learning... straight to the scripting :lol: (laugh.gif)[/quote]

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I remember a script like this posted to the forum a while back... search for MouseMoveReal

Dale


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Brings to mind quadratic functions

:whistle: Remember y= ax^2 +bx +c

Graphs a parabola.

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X = -b (plus minus the square root of) b (squared) - 2ac (all devided by) 2a

LOL


[quote name='DaleHohm']You have a strange habit of posting error messages that don't match your code.[/quote][quote name='SmOke_N']Forget the learning... straight to the scripting :lol: (laugh.gif)[/quote]

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