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Offline maakrin

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« Posted 2015-10-15 08:01:47 »

Hi

I'm using jinput in a multi mice context. I have two custom cursors in a java windows in addition of the system cursor (a total of three mice if you have been following :p). i would like to stop two "java" mice from controlling the system cursor. Under linux i've done a hack with a script using xinput but i want to do the same thing on windows and possibly with the same jave code, afterall the moto is "write once and run everywere"...

So my question is , is there any way to hook / swallow the event of a particular device with jinput ?

i've seen some tricks with GlovePIE but it would mean to make some JNI thing.

Thanks in advance

Sorry for any english mistakes, it's not my mother thong.
Offline Varkas
« Reply #1 - Posted 2015-10-15 13:30:07 »

afterall the moto is "write one and run everywere"...

No, you#ve got that wrong. It's "write once, debug everywhere".
I can't help with the extra mice though ...

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Offline gouessej
« Reply #2 - Posted 2015-10-21 20:21:02 »

Hi

Feel free to share your findings as I have to work on NEWT Input API and any source of inspiration is welcome. Which version of JInput do you use?

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