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Is there any way to "mouse hold" it seems mouseclick isn't working, becuase it goes to the location where its suppost to, but nothing happens, if i click manually it works fine

seems to me that the simple tap just doesn't do it

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Is there any way to "mouse hold" it seems mouseclick isn't working, becuase it goes to the location where its suppost to, but nothing happens, if i click manually it works fine

seems to me that the simple tap just doesn't do it

more info would be helpful but would this do it?

click_2(x coord, y coord)

Func click_2($x_1,$y_1)
    MouseClick("left",$x_1,$y_1,1,0)
    sleep(1000)
    MouseClick("left",$x_1,$y_1,1,0)
EndFunc

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Is there any way to "mouse hold" it seems mouseclick isn't working, becuase it goes to the location where its suppost to, but nothing happens, if i click manually it works fine

seems to me that the simple tap just doesn't do it

I have no idea what you are talking about, so I can only make wild assumtions....

Maybe this:

MouseDown("left")

MouseUp("left")

combined with this:

MouseMove($X,$Y,0)

Kurt

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Is there any way to "mouse hold" it seems mouseclick isn't working, becuase it goes to the location where its suppost to, but nothing happens, if i click manually it works fine

seems to me that the simple tap just doesn't do it

One possible cause for that is the window not being Active. The first mouse click only moves focus back to that window, and a second actually works. If that is what's happening, use WinActivate() before MouseClick().

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