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NehpetsDoom

Ok I'm a super noob with this language and program however I got what I needed done in my script however I keep running into error after error. I'll solve one and run into another. Normally I wouldn't ask this but I got this program like 2 hours ago and have been trying to fix this for about an hour and 58 minutes. Could someone fix this for me and possibly tell me why you have to do it that way.

WinActivate("The Duel")
WinWaitActive("The Duel")
&HotKeySet("{UP}","Butterfly Forward")
&HotKeySet("{DOWN}",'Butterfly Backwards')
&HotKeySet("{LEFT}","Butterfly Left")
&HotKeySet("{RIGHT}","Butterfly Right")

&Func Butterfly Forward()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{UP}")
    Send("{UP}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
&EndFunc

&Func Butterfly Left()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{LEFT}")
    Send("{LEFT}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
&EndFunc

&Func Butterfly Right()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{RIGHT}")
    Send("{RIGHT}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
&EndFunc

&Func Butterfly Backwards()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{DOWN}")
    Send("{DOWN}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
&EndFunc

P.S. It probably wouldn't have as many problems if I didn't mess with stuff I didn't need too.

P.S.S. I want to be able to press the arrow keys to the adjacent macro and have each macro send the Right CTRL button then the corresponding key twice then left-click then pause for 0.2 seconds then send 0 on the numpad. Please strip out all useless items as it will help me learn =D

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colafrysen

You don't give an description on your error. but from looking briefly at your code; doesn't the send() trigger the HotKeySet()?

EDIT: And why is there &Func instead of just Func?

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NehpetsDoom

You don't give an description on your error. but from looking briefly at your code; doesn't the send() trigger the HotKeySet()?

EDIT: And why is there &Func instead of just Func?

Like I said I'm a complete noob so IDK. And also like I said I added a lot of extra crap because I was messing with items I didn't need too; but I actually think that fixed one of my problems.

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colafrysen

Ok, but does the script run at all? if not what output do you get from the SciTE console?

If it runs but not as expected, whats wrong?


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Ok, but does the script run at all? if not what output do you get from the SciTE console?

If it runs but not as expected, whats wrong?

It switches to the program (runs the first two lines) then gives me and error in line 3 with "Unable To Parse File".

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GEOSoft

That code won't work with those ampersands at the beginning of the lines, get rid of them.

What is the reason for using the {RCtrl}? If you just need to send CTRL + Right arrow twice then try

Send("^{Right 2}")

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colafrysen

First, what AutoIT version are you running? I get Syntax Error at line three. (Because of the & prefixing the HotKeySet())

So is it this little & that messes it up, I would think so (If your running the exact same as you posted)

Reason: It IS a syntax error, so why did you put them there from the start?

The & is used when combining strings like "this is a" & " String thats " & "Combined with a Number: " & 1 & "and a variable " & $var


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First, what AutoIT version are you running? I get Syntax Error at line three. (Because of the & prefixing the HotKeySet())

So is it this little & that messes it up, I would think so (If your running the exact same as you posted)

Reason: It IS a syntax error, so why did you put them there from the start?

The & is used when combining strings like "this is a" & " String thats " & "Combined with a Number: " & 1 & "and a variable " & $var

I don't remember the error but it fixed it so I left them there. And "I get Syntax Error at line three." I just said that in so many words."It switches to the program (runs the first two lines) then gives me and error in line 3 with 'Unable To Parse File'." And also like I said I downloaded it today so I assume the most current version.

Oh and because I need the right CTRL button (there's usually two on regular desktop keyboards.) It's not a necessity but I didn't even get to the point of testing my macro to see if it would work.

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storme

G'day NehpetsDoom

Try this

WinActivate("The Duel")
WinWaitActive("The Duel")
HotKeySet("{UP}","ButterflyForward")
HotKeySet("{DOWN}",'ButterflyBackwards')
HotKeySet("{LEFT}","ButterflyLeft")
HotKeySet("{RIGHT}","ButterflyRight")

Func ButterflyForward()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{UP}")
    Send("{UP}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

Func ButterflyLeft()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{LEFT}")
    Send("{LEFT}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

Func ButterflyRight()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{RIGHT}")
    Send("{RIGHT}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

Func ButterflyBackwards()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{DOWN}")
    Send("{DOWN}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

I'm not sure if it does what you want to do but it's now syntactically correct adn it runs.

Don't append & on to the front of Func, EndFunc, HotKeySet or any other keyword.

Function names can't contain spaces (eg ButterflyRight works Butterfly Right doesn't)

Hope that gets you restarted.

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NehpetsDoom

G'day NehpetsDoom

Try this

WinActivate("The Duel")
WinWaitActive("The Duel")
HotKeySet("{UP}","ButterflyForward")
HotKeySet("{DOWN}",'ButterflyBackwards')
HotKeySet("{LEFT}","ButterflyLeft")
HotKeySet("{RIGHT}","ButterflyRight")

Func ButterflyForward()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{UP}")
    Send("{UP}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

Func ButterflyLeft()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{LEFT}")
    Send("{LEFT}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

Func ButterflyRight()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{RIGHT}")
    Send("{RIGHT}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

Func ButterflyBackwards()
    Send("{RCTRL}")
    Send("{DOWN}")
    Send("{DOWN}")
    MouseClick("left")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{N 0}")
    $paused = true
EndFunc

I'm not sure if it does what you want to do but it's now syntactically correct adn it runs.

Don't append & on to the front of Func, EndFunc, HotKeySet or any other keyword.

Function names can't contain spaces (eg ButterflyRight works Butterfly Right doesn't)

Hope that gets you restarted.

Ty soo much I knew it was going to be something really stupid that I didn't think about like that. Havn't tested it but if it runs it should work. >_<

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