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Aside from this question, I'm also wondering if you can get the mouse state? (clicking, clicking with what mouse button)

Also, communicating over a network via a small IRC server? Some kind of small application?

By communicating I mean something like 'MOUSECLICK(xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx)', just to tell the autoit program on the otherside what to do.


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JSThePatriot

Aside from this question, I'm also wondering if you can get the mouse state? (clicking, clicking with what mouse button)

Also, communicating over a network via a small IRC server?  Some kind of small application?

By communicating I mean something like 'MOUSECLICK(xxx,xxx,xxx,xxx)', just to tell the autoit program on the otherside what to do.

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Might want to check out Ultr@VNC at http://sourceforge.net

That is what I use. It is similar to 'PC Anywhere' and/or that new one online 'Goto My PC'.

JS


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