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by mright
21 Jul 2015, 03:42
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Display ripple effect when mouse click
Replies: 15
Views: 5335

Re: Display ripple effect when mouse click

lain wrote:nice effect :) !

I had the same with "path" variable name the solution is to add #NoEnv at the beginning of your code.
Thank you very much! I never thought that environment variables would affect script code.
by mright
20 Jul 2015, 22:34
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Display ripple effect when mouse click
Replies: 15
Views: 5335

Re: Display ripple effect when mouse click

And by the way, I would like to report a strange behavior: When I was refactoring the previous code, I found that if I rename the variable name "buf" to "temp", then the DllCall("GdiplusStartup"...) function returns an error code 2, which means invalid parameter, this happend to the DllCall("CreateD...
by mright
20 Jul 2015, 22:02
Forum: Scripts and Functions
Topic: Display ripple effect when mouse click
Replies: 15
Views: 5335

Display ripple effect when mouse click

This script can show a little ripple effect when you left/right click the mouse button. When the mouse is idle for five seconds or you press left control key, display the ripple to indicate the location of the cursor. #NoEnv CoordMode Mouse, Screen Setup() ~LButton::ShowRipple(LeftClickRippleColor) ...

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