Moving the mouse pointer by script
roland.huettmann at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 15:52:29 EST 2016
Yes, that was the answer. Somehow I overlooked it.
As a little starter for those who need it here is a little script.
Without the wait command, the mouse movement is not visible.
get the topleft of this stack
add 10 to item 1 of it
add 30 to item 2 of it
put 1 into x
put the width of this stack * 2 into n
if item 1 of it >= the right of this stack then
put x * -1 into x
add x to item 1 of it
set the screenMouseLoc to it
On 3 February 2016 at 16:01, Klaus major-k <klaus at major-k.de> wrote:
> Hi Roland,
> > Am 03.02.2016 um 15:55 schrieb Roland Huettmann <
> roland.huettmann at gmail.com>:
> > Looking up lots of sites and messages, I could not find a way moving
> > (dragging) the mouse pointer using a script.
> > Or am I just blind?
> > This is for an animation sequence... instead of the user dragging an
> > object, the object is dragged using the mouse without user interaction -
> > the pointer is visually moving on the screen from A to B. The mouse
> > is just moving to some location doing some action and the user watching
> > It should give a lesson to the user.
> > A video can be made, but that is not what we intend to do. It should be
> > real.
> > Any suggestions?
> check „the screenmouseloc“ in the dictionary.
> This is the only (location) property of the mouse that you can actually
> > Roland
> > I AM VERY HAPPY WITH 7.1. IT IS STABLE SO FAR: AND THAT IS MOST IMPORTANT
> > TO ME.
> > MANY THANKS TO THE DEDICATED ENDLESSLY WORKING TEAM IN GOOD OLD SCOTLAND.
> > CHEERS TO ALL OF THEM.
> Maybe version 7.1.2 (RC1) will make you even more happy? :-D
> It was published today.
> Klaus Major
> klaus at major-k.de
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