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Date Posted: 13:37:11 02/04/04 Wed
Author: MikeB
Subject: Re: Centering Image and mouse on a specific pexel
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Centering Image and mouse on a specific pexel" on 08:29:50 02/04/04 Wed

No need to be sorry, it's always better to figure it out myself if I can. Thanks for the mouse code, that will come in handy someday. I'll be ordering next week, once I get some more $. Thanks again.

>Hi Mike,
>Sorry, you got to it before me. If you need to move
>the mouse in code, you can use,
> mouse_event( MOUSEEVENTF_ABSOLUTE or
> Point.X, Point.Y,
> 0, 0 );
>where mouse_event is in the Windows unit.
>Best regards,
>>Could someone give me some help? I need to center an
>>image to a specific x and y value and also position
>>the mouse over that pixel.
>>I am currently evaluating this library and this is one
>>of the last things I have to accomplish. Thanks for
>>any help you can give.

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