I want to know if is possible to make those events/automation with a Python code( without any program like Pywinauto ), so I could compile the python code:
1. sending keys to an active window;
2. sending mouse clicks to specific coordinates in a window;
3. set the window to be everytime active or on top;
4. waiting/sleeping ( for lowering CPU consumption ) until a specific window exists;
If this could be accomplished with Python ,can anymoe show me how to do this,or a tutorial, please?
Why don't you want to use existing programs ? It simply means rewriting these programs in your own code.
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