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Left Click Twice

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Wondering if possible (But pretty sure it's not) to actually left click twice in the same spot at once. Attempt that failed:

MouseClick("Left") And MouseClick("Left")

Any ideas?

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MouseClick ( "button" [, x, y [, clicks [, speed ]]] )

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Um :P that would click twice in a ROW. I want it to click twice at ONCE.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

It would be pointless to click twice at the same time. Besides...no computer could detect simultaneous mouseclicks. The best you could do is is 2 clicks one millisecond apart.

Edited by kjmarket

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run 2 scripts at the same time that have hotkeys to click and then press the hotkey? does that make them both run? I think it would work if it did make them both run... and then whenever you wanted to click 2 times at once u could just make it send that hotkey in your main script? lol


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run 2 scripts at the same time that have hotkeys to click and then press the hotkey? does that make them both run? I think it would work if it did make them both run... and then whenever you wanted to click 2 times at once u could just make it send that hotkey in your main script? lol

HI,

I think on a single processor pc it goes round robin, so that two scripts are not really running at same time. :P

So long,

Mega


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

#include <Array.au3>

$Number = 2
$Click1 = MouseClick("Left")
$Click2 = MouseClick("Left")

$Array = _ArrayCreate($Number, $Click1, $Click2)

MouseClick($Array)

Wouldn't making an array help? Wild guess, haven't tested, but I don't think it would work.

Edited by =sinister=

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

HI,

I guess thats a complicated way for a normal but fast double click.

So long,

Mega

Edited by th.meger

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#include <Array.au3>

$Number = 2
$Click1 = MouseClick("Left")
$Click2 = MouseClick("Left")

$Array = _ArrayCreate($Number, $Click1, $Click2)

MouseClick($Array)

Wouldn't making an array help? Wild guess, haven't tested, but I don't think it would work.

why inventing the wheel another time?

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what do you mean?

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Even if you could make one or more scripts to click twice at the same time, the pc wouldnt detect both clicks...only one would be detected.


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What is the freaking point of this?


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You are basically trying to press two keys on your keyboard at EXACTLY the same nanosecond, in completely perfect unison, which alone is already pretty much impossible.. but not only that, you are expecting both signals to move through the wire and be interpreted by your computer simultaneously at exactly the same time in perfect sync.

Not really possible.

Might be possible with a dual core CPU but I don't think so.

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