continuous stream mouse tracking


continuous stream mouse tracking

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Hi,

I am wondering if Inquisit can be used to track mouse movements - ie a continuous stream of x y coordinates?

Thanks.

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ArifahAd - Friday, November 23, 2018
Hi,

I am wondering if Inquisit can be used to track mouse movements - ie a continuous stream of x y coordinates?

Thanks.

You can track mouse movements on an event-basis, i.e. log the coordinates when the mouse is moved, but it's not really possible to, for example, record the coordinates every X milliseconds while a task is running. Whether what you want to do is possible in Inquisit would depend on what exactly it is you want to do, but for starters you could take a look at the example script attached here: https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost4421.aspx

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Dave - Monday, November 26, 2018
ArifahAd - Friday, November 23, 2018
Hi,

I am wondering if Inquisit can be used to track mouse movements - ie a continuous stream of x y coordinates?

Thanks.

You can track mouse movements on an event-basis, i.e. log the coordinates when the mouse is moved, but it's not really possible to, for example, record the coordinates every X milliseconds while a task is running. Whether what you want to do is possible in Inquisit would depend on what exactly it is you want to do, but for starters you could take a look at the example script attached here: https://www.millisecond.com/forums/FindPost4421.aspx

Yes this might work, thanks.
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