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    Unhappy Mouse Broadcasting

    hi can some one help me for my broadcasting mouse with hotkey net ?! i want to show my course in all account i played like isboxer is.
    want to show me the course when i move it in main account its moved in others account i multiboxing in wow and used this code for broadcasting but its just clicked same location

    <UseKeyAsModifier Oem3>

    <Hotkey ScrollLockOn Oem3 LButton, MButton, RButton, Button4, Button5>
    <SendLabel w1, w2>
    <ClickMouse %TriggerMainKey%>
    <RestoreMousePos>

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    HotKeyNet cannot show the mouse cursor the same way that ISBoxer does.
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    there is a any way to do ?! like
    <show mouse course>
    <SendLabel w1, w2>
    <Key %Trigger%>
    ?!

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    and u know how can i split my screens like isboxer ? same software or hotkeynet can do it as well ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusher View Post
    there is a any way to do ?! like
    <show mouse course>
    <SendLabel w1, w2>
    <Key %Trigger%>
    ?!
    I can only say it one way:
    Quote Originally Posted by MiRai View Post
    HotKeyNet cannot show the mouse cursor the same way that ISBoxer does.
    If you have other questions about mouse broadcasting with HKN, then I am of no use.


    Quote Originally Posted by rusher View Post
    and u know how can i split my screens like isboxer ? same software or hotkeynet can do it as well ?!
    A perfect topic for a new thread!
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