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what have you learned recently?
#1
what have you learned recently that impacts your programming in Python or anything else you regularly do?
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#2
No it is not affected by any factors. It is important to work continuously lolbeans
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#3
so, what you learn (if anything) does not affect what you do, either at work, or at home, or anywhere else?
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#4
I just came back into coding from a 4 week hiatus (vacation)

In that regard I just picked up how to make pygame recognize my mouse input, I was also able to find out how to pinpoint where my mouse is at any given time and create outputs based on where I perform certain actions with the mouse.

It's a very minor thing but it helps me move forward, I have a small little project I want to make now and I'm very motivated Big Grin
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#5
can your mouse go offscreen? if it can, do you get an offscreen position? is there a way for the code to change the mouse position.

years ago a friend of mine made a program that took over the mouse and window manager so that every time you click on a window it would move them around so that nothing was under the mouse. if he was around today i'd suggest he do it for the mouse hovering over a window, too.
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(Jul-19-2022, 12:25 AM)Skaperen Wrote: can your mouse go offscreen? if it can, do you get an offscreen position? is there a way for the code to change the mouse position.

years ago a friend of mine made a program that took over the mouse and window manager so that every time you click on a window it would move them around so that nothing was under the mouse. if he was around today i'd suggest he do it for the mouse hovering over a window, too.

There is probably a way, but I do not know how. I'm only using it to move a crosshair to a target that I want to eliminate (I'm making a minigame)

There is however a suprsingly huge amount of decent examples out and about, so if one wanted to, they could probably make it in no time.
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(Jul-20-2022, 10:47 PM)Jan_97 Wrote: There is probably a way, but I do not know how. I'm only using it to move a crosshair to a target that I want to eliminate (I'm making a minigame)
sounds like something i should put in my text editor for python mode.
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