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Once you get used to this way, you’ll wonder how you ever managed before. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! If you do want to click in the scroll-bar, that’s possible too, just don’t go for the very moue of the window, keep in the scroll area itself Post as a guest Name.
How To: Detect Force Touch-Capable Devices on the Mac
Sign up using Email and Password. How to Disable resize window on mouse over edge Ask Question. In an effort to show preferences for configuring Force Touch in my apps in particular, Yoink only when a Force Touch device is actually available, I had to find a way to figure out how to detect Force Touch devices.
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So my question is basically: I have my window iokkit full screen and I want to scroll. Then I would click down and scroll.
Source to iokit/Families/IOHIDSystem/IOHIDSystem.cpp
Ethernet, Ethernet, en0 Graphics: Mac will scroll any window the cursor is over, whether it’s foregrounded or not. Is there any way to make it so that I can just scroll the window instead of resizing it?
c – Simulate a mouse click with IOKit – Stack Overflow
Sure enough, there it is — ForceSupported: To find out more, including how to control muose, see here: I’m now turning to solution 3 suggested here: I want to write a C program to automate clicks in a program running in OSx in a desktop setting.