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Is it possible to remote control the mouse/keyboard on another PC?

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I am not sure if its able with autoit , but Ultra VNC works nicely.

You can install it on remote computer as a server so u can connect there with password and user name.

And you can leat people invite you.....

You make script to automate VNC or you can Do script that makes connection to IP:5500

I heard some one has made it but i never seen it.

BTW why u need remote control?


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Thx, i'm making a remote control to control my PC at school but i dont think it's going to work :)

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Why not?

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Im 100% sure it would be possible to create a remote service just with the use off AutoIt, on the other hand im not too sure how good the quality of something like that would be though.


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And why bother when there's already other software out there to do the job?

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Is it possible to remote control the mouse/keyboard on another PC?

There is an example here by slaughter.

@Nevin

And why bother when there's already other software out there to do the job?

Not a very supportive approach. If you're working in a professional environment where it is not sensible to spend time producing something that is available then it's a reasonable attitude. But if you want to do it in your own time for whatever reason then that is ok isn't it?

If we never wrote software that hadn't been done before then none of us would ever have got started.

Most of the software which exists today will be replaced by better software in 20 years time, but it wouldn't be if no tried because it has already been done.

I 'waste' a lot of my time trying to write software which has probably already been done by someone else just to see if I can, or to understand what's involved. And maybe, just maybe, I'll produce something better than that which someone else did.

Edited by martin

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

@Nevin

I don't know if i can get through the firewall at school... but i like to give it a try.

@martin

Thats exactly how i think about it :)

I like to experiment with this things, evin if it isn't going to work or if it already exists

Edited by Forsaken

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I read the example by slaughter but i dont get how the program works and i dont get how the mouse_control func works.. can any1 tell me?

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Well, I had assumed that you wanted the software in a timely fashion. I've used stuff before made by other AutoIt authors, but I still tried to make my own version. It didn't come out nearly as well, but I did it to learn. Of course, I ended up using the other people's stuff when it came down to using it for its obvious use.

God, did that even make sense? Never mind.

As for the mouse_control:

Func mouse_control ()
$socke_from_list = StringSplit( GUICtrlRead(GUICtrlRead($listview)), "|")
$rows = UBound($socke_from_list)
if $rows > 2 Then 
    _S_d($socke_from_list[2], $srv_mouse_move)
Else 
    c_w("no users selected")
EndIf
EndFunc

Yep, no idea. There's way too much going on to just look at the function alone. Looks like a lot of reading/investigating.

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@martin

Not a very supportive approach. If you're working in a professional environment where it is not sensible to spend time producing something that is available then it's a reasonable attitude. But if you want to do it in your own time for whatever reason then that is ok isn't it?

If we never wrote software that hadn't been done before then none of us would ever have got started.

Most of the software which exists today will be replaced by better software in 20 years time, but it wouldn't be if no tried because it has already been done.

I 'waste' a lot of my time trying to write software which has probably already been done by someone else just to see if I can, or to understand what's involved. And maybe, just maybe, I'll produce something better than that which someone else did.

Totaly agree with every word!!! Posted Image i am thinking the same! (see my nick name Posted Image )

Especialy the last lines is very truthful:

I 'waste' a lot of my time trying to write software which has probably already been done by someone else just to see if I can, or to understand what's involved. And maybe, just maybe, I'll produce something better than that which someone else did.

P.S

Sorry for the offtop.


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