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Topic Title: Advanced Scripting syntax to press and hold one of the mouse buttons
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Created On: 02/18/2016 10:26 PM
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 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  
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I managed to stumble across the site and this particular thread after much googling, but unfortunately it seems that Mark's script is no longer available! Can any of you guys provide a link to that script? Thanks!
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                    Welcome to the World's Most Popular (now only) Speech Recognition Forum's

Were you able to view the SnagIt picture when you clicked http://screencast.com/t/S3WM9QKkiaJq link? If not, try pasting it into an alternate browser.



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Advanced Scripting commands to hold down the mouse buttons (and certain keyboard keys) were initially created by Lindsay Adam (programmer of SpeechStart+/KnowBrainer 2017). These commands have proven to be very reliable.

 

The downside of Advanced Scripting commands (sadly these commands cannot be created with DVC scripting) is that deployment can be somewhat slow. Although in DPG 15.5 and KnowBrainer 2017 deployment is faster, pressing the mouse buttons should actually be (almost) instantaneous. Therefore hands-free users (gamers) should check out SP Press Utility which is part of SP Utilities. It presses the left or right mouse button almost instantly and it also has great support for VoiceComputer:

 

Here is a demonstration video:

http://vimeo.com/329169567



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Originally posted by: Lunis Orcutt                     Welcome to the World's Most Popular (now only) Speech Recognition Forum's Were you able to view the SnagIt picture when you clicked http://screencast.com/t/S3WM9QKkiaJq link? If not, try pasting it into an alternate browser.

 

 

I did look at that but that screenshot is specifically for left click only and I'm not fluent enough in scripts to know how to modify it for right clicking as well.

Originally posted by: dilligence Advanced Scripting commands to hold down the mouse buttons…

 

I wasn't aware of the other programs you mentioned. I'll have to look into them.

 



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If you go back to the original SnagIt picture, you'll see that includes Left Click, Middle Click and Right Click. This is a multi-choice Advanced-Scripting command.



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