The getboundingclientrect() function allows you to get the bounding rectangle of a mouse cursor over a given point. While you can find out the coordinates of a given mouse cursor in three different ways, the most common method is to use the getmousecoords() function.
This function works by getting the mouse co-ordinates over the given point, using the getmousecoords() function to get the mouse position, and then using the getrect() function to get the bounding rectangle of the mouse cursor. To use getboundingclientrect, you need to provide two coordinates, the mouse start point and the desired mouse target.
That’s what I did with the coords on this site, so you can try it out for yourself.
The reason I use the mouse coordinates is because it is the only way to get the mouse coordinates from the mouse. That means if you want to get the mouse coordinates from the mouse, you need to use the mousestartposition function.
The mouse position is defined as the mouse position in a line drawn by the mouse. So, if you want the mouse to point to the mouse start point then you need to use the mouse start point as well. The mouse start point is the point where the cursor will be when it’s on the screen, which is the mouse’s start position. The mouse’s mouse position can be accessed by using the mouse_startpoint function.
There are many different methods to get the mouse mouse coordinates from the mouse. With the least amount of mouse movement available with the mouse_startpoint function, the mouse can be used for movement purposes and the mouse_endpoint function can be used to find this point.
In this way you can get the mouse mouse coordinates from the mouse_endpoint function.
In this example, it’s easy to get a mouse based mouse position by using the mouse_startpoint function. Because the mouses x and y coordinates are already known, you can use the x and y coordinates to change the mouse position.
Get the mouse mouse position from the mouse_startpoint function, you can get the mouse mouse coordinates by using the mouse_endpoint function. Because the x and y mouse positions are already known, you can use the x and y coordinates to change the mouse position.
This example also uses the mouse_startpoint function because it takes the mouse cursor position, it uses the mouse_endpoint function because it takes the mouse cursor position, and it uses the x and y mouse positions because its not enough information.