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    Default non linear mouse movement?

    is there a way to move your mouse from a point to another on a arc of a circle instead of a straigh line?

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    Mess around with the different params for WindMouse? you can get it to look like half a circle... sort of
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    there's alot of parameters to 'mess' with in there. to many for trial/error method.

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    what im trying to do is is make my mouse move on points on a predetermined circle. This part i made, i just want the mouse to follow the circle circonference when it moves from point to point on that circle.
    i know the maths and stuff, i just dont know what function to modify. i think maybe modify the lape _move?

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    So i made a bit of code to move the mouse around a predetermined circle circonference.

    Simba Code:
    [CODE]
    program new;
    {$i srl-6/srl.simba}
    {$i ETL_Lape.simba}
    PROCEDURE CIRCLE;
    var
    c:TpointArray;
    h,i:integer;
    begin
    c:=TPAfromCircle(841,483,65);
      H := high(c);
      SortCircleWise(c,841,483,0,false,false);
      filterPointsPie(c,0.0,360.0,62,66,841,483); // 0.0 start angle and 360.0 end angle in degrees
        for I := 0 to h do

        mouse(c[i],MOUSE_MOVE);
       //   ETL_DrawTPA(c,clYellow,False);
        writeln(Inttostr(c[i].x)+'/'+inttostr(c[i].y));

     end

     begin
    circle;
    end.    
    [/CODE]

    when i use 0 and 360, it works perfect, the mouse follows the circle for a full rotation. however when i change the start and end angle, 0 and 90 for example, i get:
    'The following bitmaps were not freed: [Minimap Mask]'
    this seems to happens for anything other than 0 and 360.

    any1 knows why and/or how to fix this?

    thank you

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    Try putting the H := High(c); after FilterPointsPie. I think you are getting an index out of range error.

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    seems like it solved it, thank you very much!

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    thanks need for the code will be using this

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