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Mouse position

How do you determine the mouse position dynamically?
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Could you please elaborate bit more.

Thanks,

Mathan

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In general, by using Mouse Move event.
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Use the VI's Mouse Move event if your LV version < 8.x, or the Pane's Mouse Move event if you have LV 8.x. Smiley Happy

You ll get to see the Coordinates output in the event data node on the left border of teh Event Structure.

- Partha ( CLD until Oct 2021 🙂 )
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thanx guys i actually need my mouse position when i move it along my front panel.
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Hi muks,

you can also use the "GetCursorPos" function from the User32.dll.

Hope it helps.
Mike

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 you elaborate on that a lil bit mike?
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Hi muks,
this is the function to get the cursor position.
 
 
Mike


Message Edited by MikeS81 on 07-11-2008 08:41 AM
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As always u rock mike!!!!!!Robot Mad
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LabVIEW has Input device VIs for those functions.
And especially the Mouse Input.



But when you want the know the position on the front panel I would go for FP events.

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