How to make the mouse left click every 30 seconds...?
I am new to this forum, and I will probably be on here frequently
I have a question....
I would like to make a program in VB that will do the following...
I want it to left click the mouse every 30 seconds. No matter where the mouse arrow is on the screen.
I have looked all around, and have been unable to find out how to do this.
I have only been working on VB for a few months, so I am fairly new.
Does anyone know how I could do this? It is really frustrating.
Hi, Shawn, welcome to DevX! Add a Timer control to your Form. Set its Interval property to 30000 (milliseconds, that is, 30 seconds) and its Enabled property to True. Then, in the Timer1_Timer event, call the LeftClick function defined here: http://www.developerfusion.co.uk/show/68/ .
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Thanks for the tip!
I thought about the "placing the mouse arrow over the button, and letting it click", but then I wont be able to do other things on my computer at the same time.
So is there a way to do this....not involving the mouses arrow?
I am trying to make it click the "good" button on this website every 30 seconds:
PS: would this work? :
Making a simple web browser, and defining a certain spot on the page to click every 30 seconds? Not a link, but an actuall spot on the page.
I basically need to find out a way to have that "good" button clicked every 30 seconds.....while at the same time, I can be doing other things on my computer.
Last edited by Xtreme17; 12-11-2005 at 09:03 PM.
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