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# coordinates

see program ADFS::HardDisc4.$.JR.Programing.Myprogs.mouse.mousey which writes a file of mouse coordinates as you move and click or drag the mouse. The coords shown are the Graphics screen coords for BASIC the program shows coords x 0:1279 , y 0:960 (should be 0:1023)

# mouse and arrow keys

ADFS::HardDisc5.$.PROGRAMZ.JRBASIC.mouse.jrmousey ADFS::HardDisc5.$.PROGRAMZ.JRBASIC.mouse.!CursrCtrl ADFS::HardDisc5.$.PROGRAMZ.JRBASIC.mouse.mousekey

# Mauser module

Ste (news) wrote: * Middle button drag will scroll a window workarea in any direction * Middle button plus left button click on window to bring to front * Middle button plus left button drag to move window around at front * Middle button plus right button drag to move window without to front * Right-ctrl plus left click brings window to front * Right-ctrl plus right click pushes window to back As Stewart said in his post, it does other stuff that Mauser does which I take for granted and forgot about: * Right-ctrl plus left drag to move window (and pull to front) * Right-ctrl plus right drag to move window (and push to back) * Double-click and hold is same as shift-double-click and the right-ctrl plus keypad stuff to move the pointer around and simulate click events is news to me. You can even drag stuff around using those key combinations. :) Mauser is found at: Just pop the module into your !Boot.Choices.Boot.Tasks directory and forget about it. Mauser has seized up, so the Select button doesn't register. "RMReinit Mauser" cures that.

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