tim.golden at viacom-outdoor.co.uk
Tue Jan 27 09:53:17 CET 2004
>From: KNS [mailto:netquest at sympatico.ca]
>Sent: 27 January 2004 08:19
>To: python-list at python.org
>Subject: Re: winapi: mouseclick
>Just to add some clarification, this is in fact a Python question.
>I'm just working within the Windows environment. And, now that
>I'm here, I'm certain this is child's play for many of you, so
>a bit of help would be most welcomed.
>> Can someone please suggest how to test for a mouse click using
>> the WinAPI? I have dispatched a windows application and would
>> like to detect any mouseclicks (and keyboard entry for that
Your question is not the most precise one I've ever seen. If
you have written a Windows app then you presumably understand
how the Windows messaging setup works. In which case, what
you need to do is to handle WM_LBUTTONDOWN and related messages.
If you're not sure which messages to go for, look at this:
which gives an overview.
There's an example of doing this kind of thing in Python
using the ctypes modules:
You can also do it with the win32all extensions from Mark
If this isn't really what you were asking, could you post a
segment of code showing what you're about and where you're
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