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MouseClick("left") sometimes failes

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Helg

Having a graphical application (direct3D or something like that).

I need to click on some buttons there via mouse. I emulate mouse clicks with function MouseClick("left", x, y), which sometimes fails.

Mouse pointer is moving to (x,y) point, but no clicking is happening. And the problem is that not always there is a possibility to check if the "click" passed sucessfully...

What could be the reason of this and how could I override this issue?

Maybe some workaround exists?

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martin

Having a graphical application (direct3D or something like that).

I need to click on some buttons there via mouse. I emulate mouse clicks with function MouseClick("left", x, y), which sometimes fails.

Mouse pointer is moving to (x,y) point, but no clicking is happening. And the problem is that not always there is a possibility to check if the "click" passed sucessfully...

What could be the reason of this and how could I override this issue?

Maybe some workaround exists?

Might be worth trying to make the click last longer. See MouseClickDownDelay in the help.

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Helg

Might be worth trying to make the click last longer. See MouseClickDownDelay in the help.

Thanks a lot!

I will do some research on how could I apply this feature :)

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