View Single Post
Old 15 June 2013, 05:56   #14
xArtx
Registered User
 
Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: Australia
Posts: 679
How is the mouse position X:33 Y:210 stored in the Amiga's memory,
and why couldn't you directly change it to the touch point coordinates returned by the touch screen device
(after a coordinate translation from the native screen resolution to the Amiga's resolution)?

Is there anything preventing someone setting the Amiga mouse position directly,
causing it to instantly jump from one location to another?
I mean by altering the emulated Amiga's memory directly, not talking to it through
a UAE interface that says "please move the mouse this way".
The mouse position has to exist in memory somewhere, or it wouldn't exist.

Last edited by xArtx; 15 June 2013 at 06:54.
xArtx is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.04214 seconds with 11 queries