the trick is to see where the cursor is going to be next...
thanks for the idea, but it is impossible to know. i don't get the x and y variations but only the absolute pos.
And when you go fast enough, you can go from the pos (50, y) to 'out of frame' in one move.
So the solution isn't working fine.
It could maybe work if i knew how to get the absolute mouse coord (outside the window), but i don't know if it's possible either.
Lastly, since it's not really the purpose of 'Robot', it wouldn't be a very nice solution...
Maybe there is another simplier solution... i hope.