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Dual Monitor Authotkey

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I have a simple dual monitor setup, and I need to use to very similar programs simultaneously. For instance, if I click and drag on program1 which is on one monitor1, it will simultaneously click and drag on the other program2 which is on monitor2.


My OS is Windows 7, and the two programs I am using are ArcMap and Partner that both read similar maps.


I am trying to use AutoHotkey to accomplish this. Here is the autohotkey script that this noob (me) has compiled:


CoordMode, Mouse, Relative
KeyWait, LButton
WinActivate, Partner
MouseClickDrag, left, 600, 600, 600, 800, 2
WinActivate, Test Electric - ArcMap
MouseClickDrag, left, 600, 600, 600, 800, 2


This script allows me to push the up arrow and both windows move up, but I would like to be able to click and drag both windows simultaneously. Any suggestions?

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