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Topic Title: Mouse control Command
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Created On: 12/23/2021 08:39 PM
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 Mouse control Command   - Tomc - 12/23/2021 08:39 PM  
 Mouse control Command   - Matt_Chambers - 12/24/2021 11:08 AM  
 Mouse control Command   - dilligence - 12/24/2021 02:09 PM  
 12/23/2021 08:39 PM
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I’m trying control a Reolink pan and tilt camera. I need a command that will click and hold the mouse key for a specified amount of time, then release it. Is this possible?

 12/24/2021 11:08 AM
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I haven't done it, but this thread (and perhaps others here) may give you some ideas.

I assume by adding a Wait statement between the mouse events you could accomplish what you want.

Might also be able to do this with AutoHotKey, but I haven't tried.

 12/24/2021 02:09 PM
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Press Utility featured in both SP Standard and SP PRO does exactly what you want (and the pressing of the mouse buttons works much faster than via advanced scripting).





Below are the currently available Press Utility voice commands:


Press - presses and holds the left mouse button

Release - releases the left mouse button 

Release Copy - use this if you have selected text with the Press command. Releases the left mouse button and automatically copies the text 

Press Right - presses and holds the right mouse button 

Release Right - releases the right mouse button 

Press 1to5 second(s) - keeps the left mouse button pressed for a specified amount of seconds (1-5) and then releases it. Example: Press 3 seconds 

Press   for VoiceComputer users. Example: Press 5, Press 27 

Press Wheel - presses the mouse wheel (for smooth scrolling in browsers). 

Release Wheel - releases the mouse wheel



Note: in SP PRO you can keep the left mouse button pressed up to 50 seconds (but that's easily adjustable).


The Press/Release Wheel commands are superseded by SP Glide©


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