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keyboard and mouse event

Posted by Troudeloup (Troudeloup), 30 June 2007

I am using pywin32, for python 2.5 on windows xp.

What I want to do is these:

handle = Gethandle ("window_name")

"window_name"   =  "123.txt"  with notepad, for example.

it should return a list if there are more than one with the same name.

and then


Keyboard_event ( "hello python!")
Mouse_event (x,y, left, 2)

the (x,y) = should be relative to the active window and independent of the window's position.
2 as in clicking twice.

Last,  maximize, minimize, resize, move, kill,


Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 1 July 2007
I'm not sure that I understand the question.  Are you asking us to write a piece of code for you, or reporting problems that you're having with one of the ASP functions?    

Rather than ask us to write code to your specifiaction, you'll find you can make much more effective use of the resources here by having a go yourself and seeing how you get on ... asking us for help if specific issues then arise, via sample programs.   But I will warn you that I'm not an ASP person, so I'll be very limited in what I can then do.

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