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30/01/2014 at 20:35 #315
If you want to control your mouse, you can just add a SetCursor(x,y) line to one of the samples in the SDK. I’ve been doing this all week and it’s pretty usable with a little extra coding wrapped around it. I’ve got video examples up in the community projects forum.