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Old 01-24-2011, 12:24 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by hamedhsn View Post
i created a thread.
Do I have to teach you how to create a thread? or you have got some English problems? Have you even read what wje_lq wrote in post 10? or you want to be spoon fed that's why you pasted that code in your new thread simply asked the following:
this is simple program in ncurses, when i run it nothing happend.what is the problem with it??
I had clearly mentioned two times before that you need to FIRST clarify/confirm whether ncurses reports the clicks from different windows too? Because if ncurses doesn't support that feature then there is no use of pursuing it!

Originally Posted by hamedhsn View Post
plus xmacro also does not work.
Did you read my last post in the other thread?

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Old 01-24-2011, 09:08 AM   #17
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i finally found something.
i found is cool but i need the time of occurance as well. so i created this thread:


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