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dosMouseClick(string Type)

Synthesizes a mouse related event such as a mouse button becoming pressed or depressed. 

Parameter :

Type : A string specifying the type of mouse related event to synthesize. This parameter is case insensitive. 
Possible Values For Windows And MacOS :
"Left Up" : On Windows, specifies the left mouse button becoming depressed. On MacOS, specifies the main mouse button becoming depressed. 
"Left Down" : On Windows, specifies the left mouse button becoming pressed. On MacOS, specifies the main mouse button becoming pressed. 
Possible Values For Windows and MacOS X Only :
"Right Up" : Specifies the right mouse button becoming depressed. 
"Right Down" : Specifies the right mouse button becoming pressed. 
"Middle Up" : Specifies the middle mouse button becoming depressed. 
"Middle Down" : Specifies the middle mouse button becoming pressed. 
"Move" : Specifies the mouse moving. 

Return Value : An integer indicating whether the method succeeded or failed. A value of 1 indicates that the method succeeded. A value of 0 indicates the method failed, in which case dosGetLastError() should be called to determine the cause of the error.

Possible Returned Error Codes via dosGetLastError() :
10001 : Invalid value for parameter 1. 



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