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o0o0ohanhanngao0o0o

HI everybody

may u show me some example for the control mouse

ex : open IE then click " File => Exit " by the mouse

sr because my english is'n good , so i know this desciption has many wrong

thanks

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BrettF

HI everybody

may u show me some example for the control mouse

ex : open IE then click " File => Exit " by the mouse

sr because my english is'n good , so i know this desciption has many wrong

thanks

This not a general support forum. This is for example scripts created with AutoIt. No questions go here.

Cheers,

Brett

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sensalim

Should also choose a better name.

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d4rk

First of all, as Bert said . this isn't place to ask question , but with your question, here is the answer :

You can open IE by _IECreat(), then use Info Tool to find the position of menu File then MouseClick() to click it , and MouseMove() to move it to the sub-menu (Exit) ... But everything will be different with another computer with another Screen solution.

Cheers


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o0o0ohanhanngao0o0o

sorry

i'm not know because i don't read cause

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