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    Automated /programmable mouse movement and clicks

    Hi,

    Although I know that there are several softwares available for this kind of tasks I still want to ask from you first.

    I am working with a PIK-5 oldtimer sim and Simmeters software gauges. The altimeter pressure setting can be set
    from the software instrument panel altimeter with a mouse over /click. Now I would like to move this function under
    pulse encoder and real panel. Has anyone had similar kind of challenge to move the mouse cursor in X /Y axles and also
    add mouse clicks via encoder /potentiometer?

    Thanks in advance,
    BR,
    OP

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    Re: Automated /programmable mouse movement and clicks

    I know FSUIPC can record macros. I made one for the PMDG 737NGX that clicks on the Nav1 Radio Volume button and assigned that Macro to a push button switch.

    Don't see why you couldn't do the same with an rotary encoder and two recorded macros (one for the click to INC and one for the click to DEC).

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    Re: Automated /programmable mouse movement and clicks

    Hi, you would love this one: HID macros which allows you to do macros for almost every standard input HID (keyboard, mousescroll, joystick button,...) and assign them keystroke, mouse click, fsuipc/simconnect action, whatever...

    Pavel