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Restrict mouse from certain point on screen

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Please help me out. I'm trying to make a script that restricts the mouse from moving to a certaing rectangle on the screen, rather than forcing it to stay in a certaing rectangular area on the screen.

EDIT: typo

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Look at the _MouseTrap function in the beta.

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Look at the _MouseTrap function in the beta.

the user is wanting to keep the mouse out not in, seems like someone asked about this before


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You can use mousetrap to "trap' it in the region you want allowed. it may be mroe than one reagion which means you'd rapidly set new points.

Ot you can jsut do somthing like-

If MouseGetPos(0)<$SomePoint or MouseGetPos(0)>$SomeOtherPoint then MouseMove($SavePointX,$SavePointY)

Make a some of those in a loop and that should work also.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Try this: it's a little rough, but it should work for basic uses...
[/s] [s]Global $ExitTL=0, $ExitBR=0
HotKeySet("{ENTER}","NextStep")
While 1
 ToolTip("Put your mouse over the top-left corner and press enter")
 If $ExitTL=1 Then ExitLoop
WEnd
HotKeySet("{ENTER}")
$TLCorner=MouseGetPos()

HotKeySet("{ENTER}","NextStep")
While 1
 ToolTip("Now put your mouse over the bottom-right corner and press enter again")
 If $ExitBR=1 Then ExitLoop
WEnd
HotKeySet("{ENTER}")
$BRCorner=MouseGetPos()
ToolTip("")
MouseMove($BRCorner[0]+1,$BRCorner[1]+1,0)
$LastPos=MouseGetPos()

While 1
 If MouseGetPos(0) > $TLCorner[0] AND MouseGetPos(0) < $BRCorner[0] AND MouseGetPos(1) > $TLCorner[1] AND MouseGetPos(1) < $BRCorner[1] Then
  MouseMove($LastPos[0],$LastPos[1],0)
 Else
  $LastPos=MouseGetPos()
 EndIf
WEnd

Func NextStep()
 If $ExitTL = 0 Then
  $ExitTL = 1
 Else
  $ExitBR = 1
 EndIf
EndFunc

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