Retrieves the current position of the mouse cursor, and optionally which window and control it is hovering over.
MouseGetPos , OutputVarX, OutputVarY, OutputVarWin, OutputVarControl, Flag
The names of the variables in which to store the X and Y coordinates. The retrieved coordinates are relative to the active window unless CoordMode was used to change to screen coordinates.
This optional parameter is the name of the variable in which to store the unique ID number of the window under the mouse cursor. If the window cannot be determined, this variable will be made blank.
The window does not have to be active to be detected. Hidden windows cannot be detected.
This optional parameter is the name of the variable in which to store the name (ClassNN) of the control under the mouse cursor. If the control cannot be determined, this variable will be made blank.
The names of controls should always match those shown by the version of Window Spy distributed with [v1.0.14+] (but not necessarily older versions of Window Spy). However, unlike Window Spy, the window under the mouse cursor does not have to be active for a control to be detected.
If omitted or 0, the command uses the default method to determine OutputVarControl and stores the control's ClassNN. To change this behavior, add up one or both of the following digits:
1: Uses a simpler method to determine OutputVarControl. This method correctly retrieves the active/topmost child window of an Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application such as SysEdit or TextPad. However, it is less accurate for other purposes such as detecting controls inside a GroupBox control.
2 [v1.0.43.06+]: Stores the control's HWND in OutputVarControl rather than the control's ClassNN.
For example, to put both options into effect, the Flag parameter must be set to 3.
Any of the output variables may be omitted if the corresponding information is not needed.
CoordMode, WinGet, SetDefaultMouseSpeed, Click
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