Location SERMouse

The SERMouse driver allows you to use a Mouse to control either the Pointer (under the Pointer Environment) or the Basic cursor (used in INPUT commands or similar). This command forces the mouse to control the Basic cursor provided that the following condition is met: There is a channel currently open which is awaiting for screen input with a visible cursor. If you switch to a program which is reading the pointer (ie. a program which uses the pointer interface) then the command SERMPTR is automatically called.


SERMPTR switches to Pointer Mode. See also SERMSPEED. You can also switch to cursor mode by hitting the left hand mouse button twice in quick succession.