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Python Human Movement is a python package which imitates human movements

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Python Human Movements is a python package which imitates human movements

Author: Joe Tilsed | Created: 19.06.2020 | Last Updated: 02.03.2021 | Version 0.0.6

pyHM

Python Human Movements is a python package which imitates human movements.

Installation

$ pip install pyHM

Getting Started

Mouse

Importing the mouse object from the parent package.

from pyHM import mouse

print(type(mouse))
>> <class 'mouse.Mouse'>

Mouse.move()

Have your mouse move across your screen to an (x, y) coordinate like a human would.

from pyHM import mouse

destination_x = 16
destination_y = 25

mouse.move(destination_x, destination_y)
>> *Your mouse cursor moves to (16, 25) as if it were a human*

You can also add a multiplier which will either speed-up or slow down the mouse movement depending on what you want. The higher the number the slower the movement, you can also have floats such as 0.1337.

from pyHM import mouse

x = 5
y = 2

mouse.move(x, y, multiplier=10)
>> *Your mouse cursor moves to (5, 2) as if it were a human
    at about 10 times the speed*

Mouse.get_current_position()

This will return your mouses current x and y coordinate.

from pyHM import mouse

print(mouse.get_current_position())
>> (1954, 122)

Mouse.click()

Will click wherever the mouse is, unless parsed with either and x or a y or both. With just the x value parsed the y value will be your current y position. With just the y value parsed the x value will be your current x position. If both x and y are parsed, the cursor will move there first then click. Note: All movements carried out using the Mouse.move() method so will still be human-like.

For the below examples, assume your current mouse position is (160, 400)

Example with no X or Y

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.click()
>> *Your mouse clicks where it is*

Example with X but no Y

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.click(x=50)
>> *Your mouse cursor moves to (50, 400) as if it were a human
    and then clicks*

Example with not X but with Y

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.click(y=20)
>> *Your mouse cursor moves to (160, 20) as if it were a human
    and then clicks*

Example with both X and Y

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.click(x=50, y=20)
>> *Your mouse cursor moves to (50, 20) as if it were a human
    and then clicks*

Mouse.double_click()

The same with click as far as X and Y parameters, however the click will be a double left click. The interval between each click will be random between 0.001 to 0.499 seconds.

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.double_click()
>> *Your mouse double left clicks where it is*

Mouse.right_click()

Exactly the same as Mouse.click() but with the right button.

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.right_click()
>> *Your mouse right clicks where it is*

Mouse.down()

Holds down the mouse button, default is your left button, however you can parse button='right' for the right button to be used.

Example with no arguments

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.down()
>> *Your mouse left button is held down*

Example with right button argument

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.down(button='right')
>> *Your mouse right button is held down*

Mouse.up()

Alike Mouse.down() but lifts up the mouse button, default is your left button, however you can parse button='right' for the right button to be used.

Example with no arguments

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.up()
>> *Your mouse left button is released*

Example with right button argument

from pyHM import mouse

mouse.up(button='right')
>> *Your mouse right button is released*
# That's all folks...

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