I've seen how to get the mouse coordinates in AppLab (which if you don't know is a code.org lab which uses JS and a very strange library). However, I want to set the coordinates. I've seen this link: App Lab Mouse Coordinates But it doesn't help. How would I set the mouse coordinates? (In other words, move the mouse using the computer).
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