A port of mouse.rb from AXElements, but cleaned up and rewritten in C to be more portable across languages and runtimes.
By itself, the
mouse gem is not that useful; but in combination
with a gem for discovering the positions of things (like buttons) on
the screen, this gem is very powerful and can be used for tasks such
as automated functional
testing; this is the purpose of the
require 'mouse' . # => #<CGPoint x=873.2 y=345.0> # positions can be given as an array with two points, or a CGPoint . [10, 10] . .(10, 10) # optionally specify how long it should take the mouse to move . [800, 300], 0.2 . . . # secondary_click and right_click are aliases to the same method . .right_click # positive number scrolls up, negative number scrolls down . 10 . -10 # perform horizontal scrolling as well # positive number scrolls left, negative number scrolls right . 10 . -10 # optionally specify units for scroll amount, :pixel or :line . 10, :pixels . -10, :pixels # just like a two finger double tap . . [600, 500] # pinch-to-zoom . :zoom . :expand, 2 # pinch-to-unzoom . :unzoom, 2.0, 5.0 . :contract, 1.0 # even perform rotation gestures! . :clockwise, 90 . :counter_clockwise, 180 . :cw, 360 # swipe, swipe, swipe . :up . :down . :left . :right
See the Mouse Documentation for more details.
You may have noticed that when you ask the mouse to move to a specific location that it may not end up at the exact co-ordinates, but it will be close (distance of less than 1). This is by design, but that may change in the future if there are enough complaints.
- [ ] More mouse gesture support
- [ ] Make animation duration accurate (current naiveté has a bit of error)
- [ ] Import test app and specialize so we can have better tests
mouse is cryptographically signed. To be sure the gem you install hasn’t been tampered with you will want to add my public key (if you haven’t already) as a trusted certificate for Rubygems:
gem cert --add <(curl -Ls https://raw.github.com/AXElementsfirstname.lastname@example.org) gem install mouse -P HighSecurity
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