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dew

Relative mouse click question

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dew

Seeing that a new window can or may be anywhere on the screen when it opens, I would like to set the focus to the new dialog box and "relatively" mouse click a position within the dialog. I know that absolute clicking is based on the full window (and resolution) size, while within a dialog box the relative position will always be the same.

Does anyone know how to do this?

Thanks ahead for any input.

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twillster

Have you tried a MouseCoordMode change to 0 or 2?

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dew

Have you tried a MouseCoordMode change to 0 or 2?

I looked it up and that is just what I need. Thanks for setting me in the right direction.

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martin

I looked it up and that is just what I need. Thanks for setting me in the right direction.

No no, you've got it all wrong. A relative mouse click is when you click on your uncle mouse for example.

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