** Changed in: sikuli
       Status: Won't Fix => In Progress

** Changed in: sikuli
   Importance: Undecided => Medium

** Changed in: sikuli
    Milestone: None => 2.0.0

** Description changed:

- added a more general solution, but has to be finalized early in 1.2
+ Update 2016-10-18 *********************************
+ 
+ There will never be such an absolute solution available (block user
+ actions).
+ 
+ Only some filter and detection for user actions will be available maybe
+ with user callbacks, to be at least be able to ignore actions initiated
+ by the real mouse and real keyboard.
+ 
+ based on: https://github.com/kwhat/jnativehook
+ 
  ---------------------------------------------------
  
  Hallo. Sikuli is a great project and it is fun working with it but there
  is something that bothers me and I wonder why noone else ever asked this
  question bevore (at least I couldnt find something similar over the
  search function).
  
  Sikuli works pretty good but there is a big disadvantage making it
  pretty unstable for proper scripts: The mouse doesnt lock up when a
  script is running - so it is possible that the user will move the mouse
  during a critical period causing the whole script to "crash". So my
  question is - is there a way to lock up the mouse/keyboard during the
  execution of a script so the user cannot cause trouble by moving the
  mouse or other input?
  
  If there is no standart for it in Sikuli - any suggestions to solve this
  matter?
  
  +@developers It there is no general option for that - would it be
  possible to implement one?

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Title:
  [request] option to lock mouse movement+click to prevent user from
  interrupting

Status in Sikuli:
  In Progress

Bug description:
  Update 2016-10-18 *********************************

  There will never be such an absolute solution available (block user
  actions).

  Only some filter and detection for user actions will be available
  maybe with user callbacks, to be at least be able to ignore actions
  initiated by the real mouse and real keyboard.

  based on: https://github.com/kwhat/jnativehook

  ---------------------------------------------------

  Hallo. Sikuli is a great project and it is fun working with it but
  there is something that bothers me and I wonder why noone else ever
  asked this question bevore (at least I couldnt find something similar
  over the search function).

  Sikuli works pretty good but there is a big disadvantage making it
  pretty unstable for proper scripts: The mouse doesnt lock up when a
  script is running - so it is possible that the user will move the
  mouse during a critical period causing the whole script to "crash". So
  my question is - is there a way to lock up the mouse/keyboard during
  the execution of a script so the user cannot cause trouble by moving
  the mouse or other input?

  If there is no standart for it in Sikuli - any suggestions to solve
  this matter?

  +@developers It there is no general option for that - would it be
  possible to implement one?

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