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Hi - I am using x,y co-ordinates of the mouse motion to effect graphic changes in a second applet outside of the frame of the first applet. I can do this using the MouseDrag method - however, I want to have continued access to these values outside the frame of the first applet without imposing MouseDrag restrictions on the user. Do you know if it is possible to create a fake MOUSE_DOWN action and combine this with MOUSEMOVE method effectively creating an impression of MouseDrag?
Many thanks,
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