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Hello can it be somehow to increase the speed of click in my mouse?what i mean is to make a left click and that will be equal with 3.There is any language that could i use to make it?or needs a program( and which program if needs).Thanks a lot
 
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I have no idea what you are asking in your question, so let me try to answer you using a scatter gun type of effect:

Mouse responsiveness is controlled by your OS and not Java. You should be able to set it in the specific OS that you have.

Mouse events are handled by listeners, here is a link to a listener tutorial for the mouse: Oracle Tutorial
 
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Les Morgan wrote:I have no idea what you are asking in your question, so let me try to answer you using a scatter gun type of effect:

Mouse responsiveness is controlled by your OS and not Java. You should be able to set it in the specific OS that you have.

Mouse events are handled by listeners, here is a link to a listener tutorial for the mouse: Oracle Tutorial

Basicaly i search it more and what i really need is:  i want to create  a macro for my mouse for fps .I tryed macrogamer(but it doesnt worked) and bloody5(but this i should buy a mouse and etc) so i thought to find or to create a macro.Check https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjp2uB8rhTk i want to create this :P can i ? my mouse is silvercrest .Have you an idea about this?Needs java language,c++  or something else?additional to,i have searched for programs for every mouse to use this but i failed if you know how can i create this or  you know a program i would apreciate it
 
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The link you gave is to an advanced 3D shooter game, and realistically it is far beyond your capability if you are saying you are calling it a mouse macro. I would suggest you start at the beginning to go through the Java Tutorials by Oracle including The Really Big Index, and start programming a little at a time as you gain the understanding on how to do it. Be aware that it will probably be years before you will be able to accomplish anything as complex as what you gave a link in your previous post.

BTW: yes, I know how--but I've been programming since 1983.
 
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Les Morgan wrote:The link you gave is to an advanced 3D shooter game, and realistically it is far beyond your capability if you are saying you are calling it a mouse macro. I would suggest you start at the beginning to go through the Java Tutorials by Oracle including The Really Big Index, and start programming a little at a time as you gain the understanding on how to do it. Be aware that it will probably be years before you will be able to accomplish anything as complex as what you gave a link in your previous post.

BTW: yes, I know how--but I've been programming since 1983.

really??1983?until now? omg !! if you dont mind can you give me advice what have you learned example :linux,java,c++,html etc.What is difficult from lessons and what you see that it has  future job ?example your knowledges you can create programs? games? what ? ( i am curious i hope dont bother you).Now i start programming and i am 22 year old.
 
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Les Morgan wrote:BTW: yes, I know how--but I've been programming since 1983.


Novice!

   
 
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Nice to see kindreds from the old days ;)

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Les Morgan wrote:BTW: yes, I know how--but I've been programming since 1983.


Novice!

   

 
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ekte spiriopoulos wrote: really??1983?until now? omg !! if you dont mind can you give me advice what have you learned example :linux,java,c++,html etc.



Really.  I have done each and all of those at one point in time or another plus many, many more. By the time I was out of college I was functional in a dozen languages--yes, actually able to program, and since I have learned maybe a dozen more discrete languages, that does not include flavors of one or another like the 5 different SQL dialects, 4 C dialects, 2 C++, and dozens of scripting languages plus the MS flavor of the week on their stuff. I didn't use any language that I knew in college on my first 2 jobs, but the degree got me in the door.  It wasn't until my 3rd job that I started using a little of C/C++, but it was only for small bits of projects and we programmed in other languages for the major parts.

You ask me what to lean--that is regionally important.  Go buy one of the local trade mags and talk to a couple head hunters in your area and find out what is happening and where your local market is going.  I live in MS's back yard, so MS products are big, as is Java since the great MS meltdown of 96-99 called affectionately by those of use who lived through it as DLL Hell.  You're going to see LAMP and various groups of tools skillsets desired, a single language is usually a novelty unless you plan on working for larger corps in their shops. In any case you are going to be running to catch up your entire life--that is the nature of the industry--with with what your employer wants, learn what is coming up, and keep in all in your head ready to go at a moment's notice.

ekte spiriopoulos wrote:What is difficult from lessons and what you see that it has  future job ?



What is difficult... the most difficult thing for people to grasp is: YOU NEED TO GO TO COLLEGE.  Programming is not learning Java, C, C++, PHP, or any other language.  It is a systematic approach to solving a problem and implementing a solution in the desired tools of your employer. Can you do that? You have to know how to program and be able to run through the technology of the day and glean out what you need to do your job and move on. What do you see when you look at a huge network system, one that incorporates N-Tier solutions networked across a wide net utilize a big data directive, and what do you see when you look at that multiplayer shooter game?  Did you realize the technology is remarkably the same?  The shooter game, IMO, is notably easier.  

When you come out of college you have a vocabulary and set of skills, independent of your tool knowledge, that an employer can work with.  I can teach a programmer a new language and have them up and running in a couple of weeks and they will be productively contributing to the team, but I cannot teach a person to program even if they know how to use the same toolset we use in the same amount of time.  Those problem solving skills are not something you can teach in the short run, if you don't have them, then you have to painstakingly develop them and college is where that is done.  Also it has been my experience that when you have that degree, you can walk into the interview and you have some leverage on negotiating the salary part of your contract, without it, most companies will look at you as an interchangeable part that can be picked up off the street for a cup of coffee and doughnut.

ekte spiriopoulos wrote:example your knowledges you can create programs? games? what ? ( i am curious i hope dont bother you).Now i start programming and i am 22 year old.



I have made large scale systems to simple games and a lot of things in between. Generally speaking: if I can think it, I can program it.  Right now I am supporting researchers using a big data directive where billions of lines of data are common, and as such, optimized code does make a difference, howbeit, Java is not my main tool any longer, it just does not work well with my every day tasks at hand.

 
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Les Morgan wrote:Nice to see kindreds from the old days ;)



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Go to control panel then in hardware select mouse setting it will show up all the mouse setting , you can change clicking speed for your mouse.
 
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