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Multi-Head Mousewrap

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http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=27936

Adds functionality based on code from Larry;

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=19098

But able to handle your screen when @desktopwidth et. all don't report the correct dimensions due to having several monitors. I have three, and this works okay for me.

Global Const $SM_XVIRTUALSCREEN = 76
Global Const $SM_YVIRTUALSCREEN = 77
Global Const $SM_VIRTUALWIDTH = 78
Global Const $SM_VIRTUALHEIGHT = 79

$VIRTUALDESKTOPWIDTH = DLLCall("user32.dll","int","GetSystemMetrics","int",$SM_VIRTUALWIDTH)
$VIRTUALDESKTOPWIDTH = $VIRTUALDESKTOPWIDTH[0]

$VIRTUALDESKTOPHEIGHT = DLLCall("user32.dll","int","GetSystemMetrics","int",$SM_VIRTUALHEIGHT)
$VIRTUALDESKTOPHEIGHT = $VIRTUALDESKTOPHEIGHT[0]

$VIRTUALORIGINX = DLLCall("user32.dll","int","GetSystemMetrics","int",$SM_XVIRTUALSCREEN)
$VIRTUALORIGINX = $VIRTUALORIGINX[0]

$VIRTUALORIGINY = DLLCall("user32.dll","int","GetSystemMetrics","int",$SM_YVIRTUALSCREEN)
$VIRTUALORIGINY = $VIRTUALORIGINY[0]

$ymin = $VIRTUALORIGINY
$ymax = $VIRTUALDESKTOPHEIGHT + $VIRTUALORIGINY - 1

$xmin = $VIRTUALORIGINX
$xmax = $VIRTUALDESKTOPWIDTH + $VIRTUALORIGINX - 1

while 1
    sleep(100)
    $pos = MouseGetPos()
    $mousex = $pos[0]
    $mousey = $pos[1]
    Select
        case $mousex = $xmin
            mousemove($xmax - 1,$mousey,0)
        case $mousex = $xmax
            mousemove($xmin + 1,$mousey,0)
        case $mousey = $ymin
            mousemove($mousex,$ymax-1,0)
        case $mousey = $ymax
            mousemove($mousex,$ymin + 1,0)
    EndSelect
    
WEnd

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Very cool... although I have two monitors and it won't wrap going down on the primary, or up on the secondary... perhaps it has to do with their position?

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Are they exactly the same resolution? That's how it's designed. I was thinking about being a bit more precise wit it, using WMI to see how big each montitor was, and where it was relative to each other, but I don't really have time at the moment.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

SO nice to see a method for handling multiple monitor setups! I couldn't figure out how to do this! Now I'll be able to bundle this method into my screensavers and a few of my other scripts...

Thanks! :nuke::):D:lol::idea:

Edit: If you find a way to "be a little more precise" to get reliable FULL desktop information, please post it here. I'll do a little poking myself now that I get the general idea from your script :P

Edited by james3mg

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