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Help still needed! - How to make MouseClick relative to the centre of the screen?

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$X_Center = @DesktopWidth / 2

$Y_Center = @DesktopHeight / 2



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A-ha. Only just started learning, so thanks :D

Ah - edit

Using $X_CENTER as the value in my thing (below) seems to abandon all hope of clicking... any help as to what I've mucked up now? Not to sound irritating...

Func Tweet()
    For $i = 0 To GUICtrlRead($times)
        MouseMove($X_Center, 250, 0)
        MouseClick("Left", $X_Center, 250, 0)
        MouseMove(($X_Center+100), 300, 0)
        MouseClick("Left", ($X_Center+100), 300, 0)
        MouseMove($X_Center, 250, 0)
        MouseClick("Left", $X_Center, 250, 0)
    $msgbox = MsgBox(4, "Completed", "Auto-tweeting finished. Return to menu?")
    If $msgbox = 6 Then
    If $msgbox=7 Then

Btw, I did declare the variables (Globally). Thanks

Edited by Shurikenjutsu

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Look at the parameters of your MouseClick calls:

;From your code:
MouseClick("Left", $X_Center, 250, 0)
;From Help File:
MouseClick ( "button" [, x, y [, clicks [, speed ]]] )

You are telling AutoIt "No Clicks". ;-)

By the way, you do not need MouseMove before MouseClick - MouseClick gets you there itself!


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