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    Re: Mouse Events in Console

    Hi folks, script works fine here too. MouseTrap, do you have a ball mouse or a led mouse? Later ones can be affected by light rays from your environment. I noticed this with my old logitech mouse sometimes. Even no one touched the mouse, the cursor was moving.

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    Re: Mouse Events in Console

    Hello MouseTrap,

    did you tried to change the mouse (and/or port) and run the script again?
    The Console_InKey() function was build using WIN32 standard API so I'm really not expecting this oddity behaviour.

    Thank you very much and best regards,
    Roberto
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    case %CONSOLE_MOUSE_WHEELED

    It's an older thread but I append this here to keep the informations together:

    What parameters give information about mousewheel-delta - so how many ticks up or down?
    I think there are missing some Forum-sections as beta-testing and support

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    push up again- still same question:

    is there a possibility to get direction of mousewheel?
    Uses "Console" 
    
    Dim s As String 
    Dim i As Long
    
    PrintL "Please press 'q' to exit."
    
    Do
       s = Console_InKey()
       sleep(0)
       i = len(s)
       select case i
          case 1
              PrintL "You pressed the " + s + " key."
          case 2
              Print "You pressed an extended key: " + Hex$(Asc(s, 2))
              '--Check second char of returned string
              Select Case Asc(s, 2)
                Case %VK_OEM_PLUS
                  PrintL " + (plus)"
                Case %VK_OEM_COMMA
                  PrintL " , (comma)"
                Case %VK_OEM_MINUS
                  PrintL " - (minus)"
                Case %VK_OEM_PERIOD
                  PrintL " . (period)"
                Case Else
                  PrintL " ... something else"
              End Select 
          case 3
            Select Case Asc(RIGHT$(s, 1))
                 case %CONSOLE_MOUSE_MOVED    
                     PrintL "You moved the mouse to" + Str$(Asc(LEFT$(s,1))) + "," + LTrim$(Str$(Asc(Mid$(s, 2,1)))) 
                 case %CONSOLE_DOUBLE_CLICK  
                     PrintL "You double clicked to" + Str$(Asc(LEFT$(s,1))) + "," + LTrim$(Str$(Asc(Mid$(s, 2,1)))) 
                 case %CONSOLE_LBUTTON
                     PrintL "You pressed the left button" 
                 case %CONSOLE_RBUTTON
                     PrintL "You pressed the right button" 
                 case %CONSOLE_MBUTTON
                     PrintL "You pressed the middle button" 
                 case %CONSOLE_MOUSE_WHEELED
                     PrintL "Mouse wheeled" 
            End Select
          end select
    LOOP UNTIL (i OR s = "q")
    
    I think there are missing some Forum-sections as beta-testing and support

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    Hi Rene,

    I think it is not possible using current version of the Console module, but maybe you could suggest it as feature - it should be doable with help of API function.
    ReadConsoleInput > INPUT_RECORD structure > MOUSE_EVENT_RECORD substructure, because they say the following for MOUSE_WHEELED:
    If the high word of the dwButtonState member contains a positive value, the wheel was rotated forward, away from the user. Otherwise, the wheel was rotated backward, toward the user.

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