KnowBrainer Speech Recognition
Decrease font size
Increase font size
Topic Title: Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons
Topic Summary:
Created On: 02/18/2016 10:26 PM
Status: Post and Reply
Linear : Threading : Single : Branch
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - WeThotUWasAToad - 02/18/2016 10:26 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/18/2016 10:42 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - WeThotUWasAToad - 02/18/2016 11:09 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - MikeJ - 02/19/2016 02:08 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Mphillipson - 02/19/2016 11:27 AM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - PG LTU - 02/19/2016 03:49 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/19/2016 06:16 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - WeThotUWasAToad - 02/19/2016 08:37 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - PG LTU - 02/20/2016 01:27 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - MikeJ - 02/19/2016 11:41 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - WeThotUWasAToad - 02/21/2016 12:31 AM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Mphillipson - 02/21/2016 02:14 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - WeThotUWasAToad - 02/21/2016 09:23 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Mphillipson - 02/22/2016 11:23 AM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - WeThotUWasAToad - 02/22/2016 12:57 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - rolbit - 05/04/2019 09:39 AM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - TheCyborgManatee - 01/11/2020 03:10 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/11/2020 08:37 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - dilligence - 01/11/2020 09:09 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - TheCyborgManatee - 01/16/2020 06:46 PM  
 Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons   - Lunis Orcutt - 01/16/2020 07:28 PM  
Keyword
 02/21/2016 09:23 PM
User is offline View Users Profile Print this message

Author Icon
WeThotUWasAToad
Senior Member

Posts: 89
Joined: 01/22/2014

Mark,

 

That makes perfect sense and thanks for the explanation. This script is far beyond anything I've used before but in addition to providing the functionality I was seeking, it gives me a great example from which to learn more about creating my own commands since, for me, studying scripts is always much more productive when I already understand what they do.

 

I recognize the convenience of having a single command with three beginning options (left, right & middle) and two ending options (down & up). However, I'm wondering if the code were to be modified into a form which does not include the beginning and ending options (ie so that a fixed command is defined and only a single action ensues), if it would then be more conducive to a change in the command. For example, the command could be "DownClick" and the action could be to hold down the middle mouse button.

 

I realize that going that route would necessitate six separate command scripts to provide the same options as your single script currently does but for my remedial knowledge, I think it would be a more usable in that form. Plus, I want to see if, having a script for only one of the six actions, I can determine how it must be altered to enable another action.

 

Thanks



-------------------------

 


A ____________________ [A LOT OF SPACE] ____________________ LOT


 


"ALOT" is not a word — it never has been a word and it never will be a word.


"A LOT" is 2 words. Remember it as though there's [A LOT OF SPACE] between them.



Statistics
31795 users are registered to the KnowBrainer Speech Recognition forum.
There are currently 1 users logged in.
The most users ever online was 12124 on 09/09/2020 at 04:59 AM.
There are currently 542 guests browsing this forum, which makes a total of 543 users using this forum.

FuseTalk Standard Edition v4.0 - © 1999-2020 FuseTalk™ Inc. All rights reserved.