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ashley

Click in java?

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ok my question is, is it possible to click in java apps ina curtian place that is programed in to a script...

I think this can be done with mouse clcik but i lags Runescape so i clicks in an incorect place...

Can this be fixed...

Also it is possible to do stuff in the java apps without youing my mouse so i can do other stuff at the same time...

i have no code because i have not started yet...

but if this can be fixed/ done i am going to make something with it.

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anybody???

If the main reason is you lagged it wouldn't make a difference as click in java.

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Assuming it is in a browser you can get the coordinates of the associated EMBED or OBJECT tag and then click relative to its geometry. See the examples for _IEPropertyGet for a starter.

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I got a similiar problem, triing to automate a java applet.

Is there a way to click a specific object inside applet. I mean I can go by coordinates, but the consistant sleeping between commands to let the applet catch up makes it awfully slow.

Thank you!

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