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Lazarushun

Send mouse move inside an inactive window

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello!

I searched a lot but couldn't find any solution for this.

I want to simulate this:

- hold down right click.

- move mouse from x1y1 to x2y2. (hardest part)

- release right click.

Like MouseClickDrag(), inside an inactive window. Without moving the real cursor.

I hope it is possibe and someone can help me :) Thanks

Edited by Lazarushun

And sorry for bad English :P

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello!

I searched a lot but couldn't find any solution for this.

I want to simulate this:

- hold down right click.

- move mouse from x1y1 to x2y2. (hardest part)

- release right click.

Like MouseClickDrag(), inside an inactive window. Without moving the real cursor.

I hope it is possibe and someone can help me :) Thanks

Not sure it's possible without actually moving the cursor, but you could get the mouse position before the drag is performed, do the drag, and then set the mouse position back to where it was originally, so it looks like it hasn't moved.

Edited by andybiochem

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