GetCursorPos

Return the position of the mouse cursor.

Point GetCursorPos();

Parameters

None

Example

Point p = GetCursorPos(); p.Offset(20,50);

// move the X position by 10 and the Y value by 50

Mouse.DoubleLeftClick(p); // double left click at new position

 

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