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Sending mouse events on Windows

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Hello,
I want to write a program that can generate mouse events. I'd like to
actually be able to control the pointer and generate clicks. Any
pointers on modules I could use for doing this? Any suggestions are
welcome.
tia

Radu

Oct 28 '06 #1
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Radu Ciurlea wrote:
I want to write a program that can generate mouse events. I'd like to
actually be able to control the pointer and generate clicks. Any
pointers on modules I could use for doing this? Any suggestions are
welcome.
something like

http://www.tizmoi.net/watsup/intro.html

might be useful.

</F>

Oct 28 '06 #2

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Looks good, but I downloaded it and it's not that helpful. It can only
simulate clicks to interface objects. I need to actually move the mouse
pointer around. I just want to write a small app that'll enable me to
use my mobile phone as a mouse via Bluetooth, but not being able to
move the pointer kind of holds me back :)

Radu

On Oct 28, 1:15 pm, Fredrik Lundh <fred...@pythonware.comwrote:
Radu Ciurlea wrote:
I want to write a program that can generate mouse events. I'd like to
actually be able to control the pointer and generate clicks. Any
pointers on modules I could use for doing this? Any suggestions are
welcome.something like

http://www.tizmoi.net/watsup/intro.html

might be useful.

</F>
Oct 28 '06 #3

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Radu Ciurlea wrote:
Hello,
I want to write a program that can generate mouse events. I'd like to
actually be able to control the pointer and generate clicks. Any
pointers on modules I could use for doing this? Any suggestions are
welcome.
tia

Radu
Take a look at win32api.mouse_event.

Roger

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Oct 29 '06 #4

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