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How to extract X and Y from Tpoint value
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You should just be able to reference the x and y fields of the TPoint record; so if your TPoint reference is called MyPoint you can reference MyPoint.X and MyPoint.Y
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For example; the global mouse variable has a property called CursorPos which is of type TPoint, so to find out the x and y of the mouse you can use Mouse.CursorPos.X and Mouse.CursorPos.Y
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