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Mouse command

  • Updated: 5/05/2020
    • 11.3.x
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Mouse command

Use this command to add mouse clicks to the Logic.

Click
Automates mouse clicks.
Select the window from the drop-down list. If the application is running but not visable, click Refresh.
  • Select the mouse button to click: Left Button, Middle Button, or Right Button.
  • Select the type of click: Click, Double Click, Button Down, or Button Up.
  • Select Relative To Screen or Window. Use the Window option when you work with varying screen resolutions (for example, a dual-monitor).
Move
Automates the movement of a mouse from one location to another.
Use Mouse Position (From) to specify the mouse starting position.

Either use the Capture button, specify numeric values, or press the F2 key to insert variables for the X and Y coordinates in Mouse Position.

Use Mouse Position (To) to specify mouse movement.

Either use the Capture button, specify numeric values, or press the F2 key to insert variables for the X and Y coordinates in Mouse Position.

The yellow prompt bar will change to red if the content you click is not a table.
Optionally, add a delay in milliseconds.
Scroll
Automates the action of mouse scrolling. Use this command in conjunction with Insert Mouse Click.
  • Select a scrolling direction option, either Up or Down .
  • Enter number of iterations.
  • Specify the delay time required.
For applications that change titles:
If the name of the application window title changes over time, insert a wild card character (*) at the start or end of the window title. This ensures that the application is consistently found when running the Logic.
For example, to ensure the Microsoft Excel application is always found, use 'Microsoft Excel*' or '*Excel' or '*Excel*'.
When Secure Recording Mode is enabled:
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