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On Sat, Jul 26, 2008 at 6:19 PM, Michiel Overtoom <motoom at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> Brian wrote...
> >The way it works is, when you click on the 'target' the mouse cursor
> >changes, and it is kept that way as long as you keep the mouse button
> >even when you drag the mouse out of the window (that's the point of the
> Have you tried to 'capture' the mouse with SetCapture(windowhandle) ?
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Ok that's another thing I was wondering about but didn't want to ask a ton
of stuff in one post. The C++ uses SetCapture, so I was wondering if that
is why it was able to control the cursor outside it's own window. I also
tried this in my python example, but it seemed to have no effect on the
results at all.
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