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Hi all :D

Opt("MouseCoordMode",2)

$INI = @ScriptDir & "\bot.ini"
$Window = IniRead($INI, "Nvm", "D2 Window", "")
$D2WHERE = IniRead($INI, "Nvm", "D2 Path", "")

                _MouseClickPlus($Window,"right",524,230, 1)
        Sleep(1500)
        ControlSend($Window, "", "", "{Enter}")
        Sleep(120)
ControlSend($Window, "", "", "this is a line of text in the notepad window")







 ;===============================================================================
  ;
  ; Function Name:  _MouseClickPlus()
  ; Version added:  0.1
  ; Description:    Sends a click to window, not entirely accurate, but works 
  ;                 minimized.
  ; Parameter(s):   $Window     =  Title of the window to send click to
  ;                 $Button     =  "left" or "right" mouse button
  ;                 $X          =  X coordinate
  ;                 $Y          =  Y coordinate
  ;                 $Clicks     =  Number of clicks to send
  ; Remarks:        You MUST be in "MouseCoordMode" 0 to use this without bugs.
  ; Author(s):      Insolence <insolence_9@yahoo.com>
  ;
  ;===============================================================================
 Func _MouseClickPlus($Window, $Button = "left", $X = "", $Y = "", $Clicks = 1)
    Local $MK_LBUTTON       =  0x0001
    Local $WM_LBUTTONDOWN   =  0x0201
    Local $WM_LBUTTONUP     =  0x0202
    
    Local $MK_RBUTTON       =  0x0002   
    Local $WM_RBUTTONDOWN   =  0x0204
    Local $WM_RBUTTONUP     =  0x0205
 
    Local $WM_MOUSEMOVE     =  0x0200
    
    Local $i                = 0
    
    Select 
    Case $Button = "left"
       $Button     =  $MK_LBUTTON
       $ButtonDown =  $WM_LBUTTONDOWN
       $ButtonUp   =  $WM_LBUTTONUP
    Case $Button = "right"
       $Button     =  $MK_RBUTTON
       $ButtonDown =  $WM_RBUTTONDOWN
       $ButtonUp   =  $WM_RBUTTONUP
    EndSelect
    
    If $X = "" OR $Y = "" Then
       $MouseCoord = MouseGetPos()
       $X = $MouseCoord[0]
       $Y = $MouseCoord[1]
    EndIf
    
    For $i = 1 to $Clicks
       DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "SendMessage", _
          "hwnd",  WinGetHandle( $Window ), _
          "int",   $WM_MOUSEMOVE, _
          "int",   0, _
          "long",  _MakeLong($X, $Y))
          
       DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "SendMessage", _
          "hwnd",  WinGetHandle( $Window ), _
          "int",   $ButtonDown, _
          "int",   $Button, _
          "long",  _MakeLong($X, $Y))
          
       DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "SendMessage", _
          "hwnd",  WinGetHandle( $Window ), _
          "int",   $ButtonUp, _
          "int",   $Button, _
          "long",  _MakeLong($X, $Y))
    Next
 EndFunc

 
 
 Func _MakeLong($LoWord,$HiWord)
    Return BitOR($HiWord * 0x10000, BitAND($LoWord, 0xFFFF))
 EndFunc

The problem is with "ControlSend($Window, "", "", "this is a line of text in the notepad window")" <--- program work without errors but the text is gone

This doesnt work like "ControlSend($Window, "", "", "{Enter}")" or "_MouseClickPlus($Window,"right",524,230, 1)" who work very good :D

Can someone tell me why it doesnt work and where is the problem?


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Try

ControlSend($Window, "", 15, "this is a line of text in the notepad window")

btw, you can get controlid's with the autoit window info tool.


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Try

ControlSend($Window, "", 15, "this is a line of text in the notepad window")

btw, you can get controlid's with the autoit window info tool.

>>>> Window <<<<
Title:  Diablo II
Class:  Diablo II
Position:   260, 252
Size:   806, 625
Style:  0x14C00000
ExStyle:    0x00040100
Handle: 0x001003CA

>>>> Control <<<<
Class:  
Instance:   
ClassnameNN:    
Advanced (Class):   
ID: 
Text:   
Position:   
Size:   
ControlClick Coords:    
Style:  
ExStyle:    
Handle: 0x001703AC

>>>> Mouse <<<<
Position:   275, 269
Cursor ID:  2
Color:  0x484848

>>>> StatusBar <<<<

>>>> Visible Text <<<<


>>>> Hidden Text <<<<

Still doesnt work :D


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Um, I meant for you to try it with notepad window, cause that seemed to be the problem you were having.


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Um, I meant for you to try it with notepad window, cause that seemed to be the problem you were having.

^^

I want use "controlsend" to game window

btw thx for idea :D


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You might be able to use the handle of the control instead of the id, but I'm not sure.


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You might be able to use the handle of the control instead of the id, but I'm not sure.

I tried, but fail :D


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Bump :D

Opt("MouseCoordMode",2)
Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",3)
Opt("TrayAutoPause", 0)
Opt("SendKeyDelay", 25)
Opt("SendAttachMode", 1)


HotKeySet("{F1}", "start")
HotKeySet("{F2}", "quit")

$INI = @ScriptDir & "\Nvm.ini"
$Window = IniRead($INI, "Nvm", "Diablo II Window", "")
$D2WHERE = IniRead($INI, "Nvm", "Diablo II Path", "")
$hwnd = WinGetHandle($Window)

While 1
    Sleep(100)
    WEnd

Func start()
                _MouseClickPlus($Window,"right",524,230, 1)
                
        Sleep(1500)
        ControlSend("", "", $hwnd, "{Enter}")
        Sleep(120)
        ControlSend("", "", $hwnd, "lol")
        Sleep(120)
        ControlSend("", "", $hwnd, "{Enter}")
EndFunc

Func Quit()
    Exit
EndFunc


 ;===============================================================================
  ;
  ; Function Name:  _MouseClickPlus()
  ; Version added:  0.1
  ; Description:    Sends a click to window, not entirely accurate, but works 
  ;                 minimized.
  ; Parameter(s):   $Window     =  Title of the window to send click to
  ;                 $Button     =  "left" or "right" mouse button
  ;                 $X          =  X coordinate
  ;                 $Y          =  Y coordinate
  ;                 $Clicks     =  Number of clicks to send
  ; Remarks:        You MUST be in "MouseCoordMode" 0 to use this without bugs.
  ; Author(s):      Insolence <insolence_9@yahoo.com>
  ;
  ;===============================================================================
 Func _MouseClickPlus($Window, $Button = "left", $X = "", $Y = "", $Clicks = 1)
    Local $MK_LBUTTON       =  0x0001
    Local $WM_LBUTTONDOWN   =  0x0201
    Local $WM_LBUTTONUP     =  0x0202
    
    Local $MK_RBUTTON       =  0x0002   
    Local $WM_RBUTTONDOWN   =  0x0204
    Local $WM_RBUTTONUP     =  0x0205
 
    Local $WM_MOUSEMOVE     =  0x0200
    
    Local $i                = 0
    
    Select 
    Case $Button = "left"
       $Button     =  $MK_LBUTTON
       $ButtonDown =  $WM_LBUTTONDOWN
       $ButtonUp   =  $WM_LBUTTONUP
    Case $Button = "right"
       $Button     =  $MK_RBUTTON
       $ButtonDown =  $WM_RBUTTONDOWN
       $ButtonUp   =  $WM_RBUTTONUP
    EndSelect
    
    If $X = "" OR $Y = "" Then
       $MouseCoord = MouseGetPos()
       $X = $MouseCoord[0]
       $Y = $MouseCoord[1]
    EndIf
    
    For $i = 1 to $Clicks
       DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "SendMessage", _
          "hwnd",  WinGetHandle( $Window ), _
          "int",   $WM_MOUSEMOVE, _
          "int",   0, _
          "long",  _MakeLong($X, $Y))
          
       DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "SendMessage", _
          "hwnd",  WinGetHandle( $Window ), _
          "int",   $ButtonDown, _
          "int",   $Button, _
          "long",  _MakeLong($X, $Y))
          
       DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "SendMessage", _
          "hwnd",  WinGetHandle( $Window ), _
          "int",   $ButtonUp, _
          "int",   $Button, _
          "long",  _MakeLong($X, $Y))
    Next
 EndFunc

 
 
 Func _MakeLong($LoWord,$HiWord)
    Return BitOR($HiWord * 0x10000, BitAND($LoWord, 0xFFFF))
 EndFunc

ControlSend work only with {enter} but dont write "lol" (only if game is minimized, if the game is active then it works fine)

Edited by Sobiech

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Yeah, I've noticed that controlclick won't work with minimized windows. Just make a traymenu with an option to "minimize" the Diablo II window and then have it hide/unhide it instead of using normal minimizing.


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Just make a traymenu with an option to "minimize" the Diablo II window and then have it hide/unhide it instead of using normal minimizing.

how?

WinGetState?

WinSetState?


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HotKeySet("{esc}", "hideshow")

$state = "show"
$window = GUICreate("")
GUISetState()

While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func hideshow()
    If $state = "show" Then
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_HIDE)
        $state = "hide"
    Else
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_SHOW)
        $state = "show"
    EndIf
EndFunc

I used a hotkey because it was faster to write, but if your going to want it in the background it would probably be better to use a traymenu.


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HotKeySet("{esc}", "hideshow")

$state = "show"
$window = GUICreate("")
GUISetState()

While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func hideshow()
    If $state = "show" Then
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_HIDE)
        $state = "hide"
    Else
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_SHOW)
        $state = "show"
    EndIf
EndFunc

I used a hotkey because it was faster to write, but if your going to want it in the background it would probably be better to use a traymenu.

K sounds good but i must have active GUI window to do this trick :D

if i activate something else than GUI Window then bot stopped work


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Better explanation please. This works fine for me.

HotKeySet("{esc}", "hideshow")

$state = "show"
$window = WinGetHandle("Why ControlSend doesnt work - AutoIt Forums - Google Chrome")

While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func hideshow()
    If $state = "show" Then
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_HIDE)
        $state = "hide"
    Else
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_SHOW)
        $state = "show"
    EndIf
EndFunc

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#14 ·  Posted (edited)

Better explanation please. This works fine for me.

HotKeySet("{esc}", "hideshow")

$state = "show"
$window = WinGetHandle("Why ControlSend doesnt work - AutoIt Forums - Google Chrome")

While 1
    Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func hideshow()
    If $state = "show" Then
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_HIDE)
        $state = "hide"
    Else
        WinSetState($window, "", @SW_SHOW)
        $state = "show"
    EndIf
EndFunc

LOL :D

Work, my fail :D

Big THX 4 you for your help and time who left for me :D

Edited by Sobiech

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