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Mouse Control Without User Intervention?.


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I know it's possible to create macro's using mouse events.

BUT, is it possible to prevent mouse access locally 'while' the macro is running?

 

ie. I want to move mouse to certain location then left mouse click.

 

I can't capture control button I want in the particular program, as they don't show up as independent etc, so have to use co-ordinates.

 

The mouse macro works fine, BUT if the mouse is used at all during macro run time, it affects the outcome of the macro.

 

So, was wondering if Macro Express can control the mouse functions, but lockout the real mouse until that particular macro has finished?

 

..Dean..

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  • 4 months later...
I know it's possible to create macro's using mouse events.

BUT, is it possible to prevent mouse access locally 'while' the macro is running?

 

ie. I want to move mouse to certain location then left mouse click.

 

I can't capture control button I want in the particular program, as they don't show up as independent etc, so have to use co-ordinates.

 

The mouse macro works fine, BUT if the mouse is used at all during macro run time, it affects the outcome of the macro.

 

So, was wondering if Macro Express can control the mouse functions, but lockout the real mouse until that particular macro has finished?

 

..Dean..

 

Very very important feature!!! Are there any workarounds suggested right now???

Cheers, Harry

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