Moving mouse, Python3 and PyObjc

Dave Angel davea at davea.name
Fri Feb 8 03:08:51 CET 2013


On 02/07/2013 06:22 PM, joaofguiomar at gmail.com wrote:
>
> import objc
>
> def clickMouse(x, y, button):
>      bndl = objc.loadBundle('CoreGraphics', globals(), '/System/Library/Frameworks/ApplicationServices.framework')
>      objc.loadBundleFunctions(bndl, globals(), [('CGPostMouseEvent', 'v{CGPoint=ff}III')])
>      CGPostMouseEvent((x, y), 1, button, 1)
>      CGPostMouseEvent((x, y), 1, button, 0)
>
> clickMouse(600,500, 1)
>
>
> this seems to send the mouse cursos to the top left corner, no matter what coords i send on clickMouse...
>
>
> Also, I just can't seem to install PyObjc and use it on Python3.3 ... always get No module named objc.
>
> Sighs... Made a simple python app while at work (windows 7) and was trying to change it to work on Os X (home computer) but cant even get the basics done (move and click mouse)....
>
>
> Thank you.
>

What's the objc module got to do with the mouse?

     http://packages.python.org/pyobjc/api/module-objc.html

Perhaps you meant some other module.  Could you be specific?  What 
modules did you import, what other code did you write, what version of 
Python are you running, and on which computer OS did you get the results 
you describe?

-- 
DaveA



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