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[TUTO] ENGLISH - How to use AutoHotKey & Nomousey software to hide mouse cursor during gameplay


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Hey guys,

I'm going to make this a quick and simple tutorial in ENGLISH as there's really not much to talk about, but a lot of people have been asking me for scripts and such to use AutoHotKey (AHK) & Nomousey (NM) especially for lightgun games where the mouse is used to emulate the crosshair pointer and the intention is to hide it, so thought I'll make a short write-up on how to obtain, create and use this very useful piece of software. I'm no expert but this is what others on this forum have taught me and I am now sharing what little I know with others.

 

In summary, what we are doing is creating an auto-executing hotkey to active NoMousey software to hide the mouse cursor and then disabling it after use. The two softwares will work together for this.

 

AutoHotKey Software: https://www.autohotkey.com/download/

NoMouseySoftware: http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=143370.0;attach=322444 (I cannot find an active website supporting it so please provide if any)


1. Install AutoHotKey, have nomousy.exe available (nomousy.exe /hide to HIDE, and run nomousy.exe to UNHIDE)

2. Create new folder, right-click in blank space NEW > AutoHotKey Script

3. Input below quote and save in notepad then save

4. Right-click on script file and choose Compile Script

5. Test script then use

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run, nomousy.exe /hide ;
run, TeknoParrotUi.exe --profile=SDR.xml ,, Min;


Escape::
    
    run, nomousy.exe
    ExitApp


return
 

Attached are some examples of pre-made scripts for some lightgun games that use these two softwares..

 

https://www.sendspace.com/file/51bmab

 

Again, I'm no expert so if you have any further suggestions or comments feel free to share with others here.

 

 

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