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How detectable is getMouse().moveOutsideScreen()?

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1 hour ago, Gam said:

getMouse().moveOutsideScreen()? snaps to the top-left corner of the screen after every moveOutsideScreen() call, so it enters the screen again from the same position, isn't this detectable?

It doesn't snap to the left top, whenever a mouse it out of the screen the position is -1,-1, that's why it's "visible" there

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14 minutes ago, Khaleesi said:

It doesn't snap to the left top, whenever a mouse it out of the screen the position is -1,-1, that's why it's "visible" there

Right, but doesn't that mean the starting point of the mouse when doing an action will be -1, -1 every time, when it previously executed moveOutsideScreen() which creates a pattern?

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Client-side there is a packet which involves client focus too, so being alt-tabbed will have an effect. Unless they removed this in the super recent versions I'm sure it's still there.

As for mouse's origin being -1 -1 don't worry about this it'll be different each time, with osbot you're in good hands.

Using mouseOutside with a couple other mouse tricks (can't reveal any secrets publicly) would make it even better. Just try not to force the mouse to same coordinates each time.

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