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    X, Y finder?

    Hello, i was wondering if there is any program that when you move the mouse to a certain place it tells you what pixels you are on in x, y. I actually need this for a pascal program im writing. Anyhelp would be greatly apreciated

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    What OS?

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    Perhaps this still applies: Mouse function outputs?
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    In Windows a simple GetCursorPos() and a ClientToScreen() should suffice.

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