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How do I simulate the mouse and keyboard using C# or C++?
I want to start develop for Kinect, but hardest theme for it - how to send keyboard and mouse input to any application. In previous question I got an advice to develop my own driver for this devices, ...
Nov 17 '11 at 20:10
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