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Old January 13th, 2005, 08:54 AM
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Has someone knows how to block all mouseevents ??, to be sure that user will not use it ??
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Why would you want to prevent all use of the mouse?

I suspect there is a particular mouse usage that you are trying to prevent.

What is your goal (in broader terms)?
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I would like to make mouseless application, and when I don't prevent this problem, user + mouse = big troubles.
am I clear ??
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No.
What troubles?
What is it that the users do with the mouse that cause a problem, and what problem does it cause?
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Imagine we have operator panel (OP) and we are writing application for automation. OP has got buttons free to program. Normally there will not be a mouse but user can connect mouse by USB. We just want to prevent that he will do that... More clear?...

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I take it that you need to leave mouse support in place, in case as the designer you need to plug in a mouse to work on the system? Is this right?

If not, then you could just delete all mouse drivers...
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But if you have Xp Pro ... then you can not do it, because if mouse is on USB, then windows see it, is this true ??
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