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I'm implementing a "self-tutorial" into my app,
and wondering if there's a way of moving a mouse
cursor on command? probably using sys,os modules?
Nov 23 '05 #1
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dado wrote:
I'm implementing a "self-tutorial" into my app,
and wondering if there's a way of moving a mouse
cursor on command? probably using sys,os modules?


sys doesn't mean [operating] system
it's completely Python related,
the intepreter itself
you can use it to see how many referenced does a object
like 1 have .. or check the current recusrion depth .. or
see the encoding of stdin, stdout
only such things

os module is operating system related
it provides many lowlevel functions .. os.open etc

I dont know of a module which provides things you are looking for

Regards, Daniel

Nov 23 '05 #2

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dado wrote:
I'm implementing a "self-tutorial" into my app,
and wondering if there's a way of moving a mouse
cursor on command? probably using sys,os modules?


I also figured this would be useful for making
'remote desktop' kinda thing...
Nov 23 '05 #3

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dado wrote:
dado wrote:
I'm implementing a "self-tutorial" into my app,
and wondering if there's a way of moving a mouse
cursor on command? probably using sys,os modules?


I also figured this would be useful for making
'remote desktop' kinda thing...


Naturally, you can always implement a simulation of this yourself in
most GUI tools you would be using. I guess the complexity, thoroughness
of your tutorial may mean that its unfeasable, business wise, but
technologically it doesn't seem like rocket science...

Nov 23 '05 #4

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