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MouseLocation

MouseLocation class is to define the position of mouse action on target element, being used in clickdouble_clickmouse_up and mouse_down.

Parameters:
 Location: Location
   The relative position of the target element to perform the mouse action. The available values are ‘center’, ‘left-top’, ‘left-bottom’, ‘right-top’ and ‘right-bottom’, and the default value is ‘center’.
 Xoffset: int
   sets the x-direction offset relative to Location in pixel. Defautl is 0.
 Yoffset: int
   sets the y-direction offset relative to Location in pixel. Default is 0.
 Xrate: float
   sets the x-direction offset relative to Location in percentage of target element width. Default is 0.
 Yrate: float
   sets the y-direction offset relative to Location in percentage of target element height. Default is 0.

Remarks:

The position calculation can be illustrated as below:

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Definition:

    class MouseLocation(object):

def __init__(self, location: Literal["center", "left-top", "left-bottom", "right-top","right-bottom"] = Location.Center, xoffset=0, yoffset=0, xrate=0, yrate=0):
self.Location = location
self.Xoffset = xoffset
self.Yoffset = yoffset
self.Xrate = xrate
self.Yrate = yrate
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