Setting Cursor Position Programmatically With LabVIEW

Publish Date: Jun 19, 2012 | 23 Ratings | 4.26 out of 5 | Print | 1 Customer Review | Submit your review

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This Set Cursor Position VI sets the position of the mouse cursor on the screen programmatically. The VI uses the Call Library Function Node to call the Windows SDK function SetCursorPos.

This Set Cursor Position VI sets the position of the mouse cursor on the screen programmatically. The VI uses the Call Library Function Node to call the Windows SDK function SetCursorPos.

You can modify the Set Cursor Position VI to position the mouse cursor programmatically in LabVIEW. In this example, select the horizontal pixel position of the cursor using the x position control. Use the y position control to select the vertical pixel position of the cursor.

See Also:
Using External Code in LabVIEW

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merci beaucoup!  - Apr 20, 2004

Thank you for solving exactly my small problem! Yours Sincerely John

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