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click the mouse in a coordinate

alona ariel
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Is it possible to click the mouse in a coordinate, so it give the x,y horizontal with regard to the (0,0) point?
Rob Spoor
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Define where (0,0) is. Is it the screen? The window? The parent control?


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Hauke Ingmar Schmidt
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I am not quite sure what you want to achieve. Do you want to simulate a mouse click programmatically? Then have a look at java.awt.Robot.
Rob Camick
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Is it possible to click the mouse in a coordinate, so it give the x,y horizontal with regard to the (0,0) point?


That is exactly what the mouse point is. It is a point relative to the (0, 0) of the component you added the mouse listener to.

If you want the point relative to some other component then you can look at the SwingUtilities class for the "convert..." methods.
 
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