On 31.07.17 19:56, Andreas Kohl wrote:
> I doubt that any C library function can be utilised. For PM programs you
> could call WinQueryCursorInfo an give the x/y values from CURSORINFO
> later to WinSetPointerPos.
Yes, see also my last posting. The following functions exist:
If I would use WinPopupMenu in EPM (C functions can be used in the macro
language), then I wouldn't have that problem: Then I could specify the x
and y position.
But I would like to use the internal EPM function, which lacks these
parameters. It simply takes the position of the last mouse click. (The
advantage of the internal EPM function is that is has a scriptable
interface for the E macro language.)