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dushlak



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dushlak
help please write the code for MASM32 task 1 Moving the mouse in the lower half of the window maximizes the window.
Pressing ESC - return the window to its previous view.
task 2 Restore the mouse threshold and its speed of movement on SystemParametersInfo function.
Post 21 Apr 2021, 07:56
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revolution
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revolution
The very specific criteria makes this look like something for homework.

This, of course, isn't a MASM board so help might be hard to garner.

If you were to post what you have so far, someone might be able to spot something and point out a fix.
Post 21 Apr 2021, 15:20
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idle



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wasm.in should help if you speak russian
Post 21 Apr 2021, 16:23
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Overclick



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You have to setup timer and scan your mouse position by that timer. Almost all work going to be done via WM_NOTIFY

Oh no, there is WM_MOUSEMOVE for mouse
Post 21 Apr 2021, 17:03
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dushlak



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It turns out that in the wrong topic I wrote my task I need the code in assembler under Windows
Post 22 Apr 2021, 12:54
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DimonSoft



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Overclick wrote:
You have to setup timer and scan your mouse position by that timer. Almost all work going to be done via WM_NOTIFY

Oh no, there is WM_MOUSEMOVE for mouse

And WM_TIMER for timer (not WM_NOTIFY) which will not be needed since WM_MOUSEMOVE will appear frequently enough.
Post 23 Apr 2021, 11:53
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Quote:

And WM_TIMER for timer (not WM_NOTIFY) which will not be needed since WM_MOUSEMOVE will appear frequently enough

Exactly as I said
Post 23 Apr 2021, 15:44
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