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Offline darkflounder

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« Posted 2005-09-24 13:58:09 »

Got the mouselook code working.  Pressing m on the keyboard hides the cursor and moving the mouse pans the camera.  Pressing m again returns the cursor to default and turns off the mouselook.

However, move the mouse beyond the edge of the applet and the whole thing stops working properly.  So, I want to reset the cursor position in the middle of the applet after every move.

And this is in an applet, so I can't use Robot!

Has anybody been able to implement a functional mouse look within an applet?
Offline Jeff

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-09-25 03:26:46 »

Well if youbuse JInput it doesnt matter where the pointer is, you can always read the mouse.

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