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|Example: ctrx_mouse_click||Mouse Functions|
Emulates a mouse click on a Citrix client sent to a Citrix server.
int ctrx_mouse_click( long x_pos, long y_pos, long mouse_button, long key_modifier, char *window_name, [CONTINUE_ON_ERROR,] CTRX_LAST );
int ctrx_obj_mouse_click( const char *obj_desc, long x_pos, long y_pos, long mouse_button, long key_modifier, char *window_name, [CONTINUE_ON_ERROR,] CTRX_LAST );
|obj_desc||A description of the object recorded if the agent is installed on the server.|
|x_pos||The horizontal distance of the mouse click from the edge of the active window.|
|y_pos||The vertical distance of the mouse click from the edge of the active window.|
|mouse_button||Mouse Key Values.|
|key_modifier||Key Modifier Values.|
|window_name||The title of the window in which the mouse click occurs. NULL if not within an active window.|
|CONTINUE_ON_ERROR||A constant, entered as shown without quotes. Overrides the error behavior run-time setting for this step so that script behaves as though the run-time setting was Continue on error.|
|CTRX_LAST||A marker that indicates the end of the argument list.|
ctrx_mouse_click waits for window window_name to appear, then executes the mouse click.
If the agent is installed on the server, ctrx_obj_mouse_click is recorded. The only difference is the additional object description.
If the mouse click occurs on the desktop (i.e., not within a window), then x_pos and y_pos will hold values relative to the edge of the ICA client window. If the mouse click occurs on the desktop, window_name is NULL.
The wildcard character (*) can be used in window_name.
On Windows 8.1, a click on the Start button does not display the Start menu. When clicking on the Start Button, add a second ctrx_mouse_click or ctrx_obj_mouse_click to the script below the recorded click.
No parameterization is available for this function.