May 24, 2005

Interesting Projects in Delphi

Hi Everyone,

I was just wondering if there are any Delphi programmers at Warwick with any interesting projects. Has anyone done any Windows API stuff?

One of my projects is for controlling FPS games. It uses a low-level mouse hook to intercept mouse messages and generates keyboard events at driver level to control the game. All the inputs for the game are made by holding one of the preset 'function' keys and then using the mouse buttons.

Anyone else got any good Delphi or Windows API projects?

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  1. I made a program ages ago that hooks into the DC++ chat window and connects it up with an AI chatbot.

    24 May 2005, 18:23

  2. A while ago, rewrote my keyboard remapping program in Visual C++. The software lets users fake various key presses on the keyboard depending on preset combos, and injects events at driver level to support DirectX games. The Windows API function SendInput has been improved and now allows an array of device events to be passed for generating a series of events (that will not be interspersed by real keyboard/mouse events or calls to SendInput) without the need for multiple calls to SendInput.

    04 Oct 2007, 16:46

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