lef[+|-] [x y] [window] [flags] rig[+|-] [x y] [window] [flags] mid[+|-] [x y] [window] [flags] dou [x y] [window] [flags]
x y - mouse pointer coordinates. If omitted, mouse pointer is not moved.
|1||Coordinates are relative to the top-left corner of window's client area. If window is literal 0 - to the work area.|
|2||Don't activate window. Not error if point x y does not belong to window or its top-level parent window.|
|4||QM 2.3.0. Finally return the mouse pointer to previous position.|
|+||button down (press).|
|-||button up (release).|
lef clicks the left mouse button.
rig clicks the right mouse button.
mid clicks the middle mouse button.
dou double clicks the left mouse button.
When window is used:
The speed depends on spe and opt slowmouse.
You can use function BlockInput to block keyboard and mouse input while macro is running. Place BlockInput 1 at the beginning. If you want to manually end macro when input is blocked, at first press Ctrl+Alt+Delete.
See also: MouseButtonX and other functions in the mouse category.
lef ;;mouse left button click lef+ ;;mouse left button down lef- ;;mouse left button up lef 100 200 ;;mouse left button click at 100, 200 pixels of the screen lef 50 30 "Notepad" ;;mouse left button click at 50, 30 pixels of "Notepad" window lef 10 10 id(131 "Calc") ;;mouse left button click at 10, 10 pixels of button with id=131 in "Calc" window lef 0.5 0.5 "Notepad" ;;mouse left button click at middle of"Notepad" window Click in "Notepad" window, x=100 (relative to "Notepad"), don't change y: int w = win("Notepad") lef 100 ym(0 w) w