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Hello.

A few hours ago i found a game script that i want to use. For some reason, AutoIT gives me an error message wich problem i can't find. The script is the following:

; AutoIt Version: 3.0

; Language: English

; Platform: WinXP

; Author: Mibz (Pantless Krab) + Steve

;

; Script Function:

; WoW FishBot.

;

; Wow Window Title - World of Warcraft

; WoW Window Size - w1600 x h1200

; classname=GxWindowClassD3d

; Colour of splash - 0xA2A67D

; 0xC1AD7A

; 0xD0C08D

; Position of item - x:44 y:226

; Position of hotkey 0 - x:409 y:768

; Prompt the user to run the script using Yes/No prompt

$run = MsgBox(4, FishBot", Do you want to run FishBot?")

; Exit if No

If $run = 7 Then

Exit

EndIf

; Initial shit

$time = MsgBox(4, FishBot - Time of Day?", Yes = Day | No = Night")

WinActivate("World of Warcraft")

HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", EndScript")

; Script Start

While 1

Send("0″)

MouseMove(500, 500)

$start = TimerInit()

$dif = TimerDiff($start)

While 1

If $time = 6 Then

$coord = PixelSearch (5, 300, 1300, 1000, 0xF6F6F6, 30, 4)

Else

$coord = PixelSearch (5, 300, 1300, 1000, 0xEEEEEE, 55, 3)

EndIf

; 5, 300 - 1024, 560 can be changed if you want to search a wider area.

; Not recommended though since you can just adjust your view to fit all

; the water in that space. The bigger the area, the less likely it is to

; detect it.

; If the splash isnt getting detected then change the hex colour to

; something a bit closer. Top one is day, bottom is night.

If UBound($coord)>1 Then

Send("{SHIFTDOWN}")

MouseClick("right", $coord[0], $coord[1], 1, 3)

Send("{SHIFTUP}")

ExitLoop

Else

Sleep(250)

$dif = TimerDiff($start)

If $dif > 30000 Then

ExitLoop

EndIf

EndIf

WEnd

WEnd

; Function to exit script

Func EndScript()

$exit = MsgBox(4, FishBot", End FishBot?")

If $exit = 6 Then

Exit

EndIf

If someone knows the problem, please, post it. The error given is "Unable to parse line".

Thanks.

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If someone knows the problem, please, post it. The error given is "Unable to parse line".

Errors, wow.

No wonder, would have a better chance of catching white elephants with this script.

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Thank you! hehe.

But now, the error has changed to the following:

Error: "EndIf" Statement with no matching "If" statement.

Any idea now?

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Thank you! hehe.

But now, the error has changed to the following:

Error: "EndIf" Statement with no matching "If" statement.

Any idea now?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

That is a basic logicisical error. :) Out of balance script.

"If" you start something, always "Endif". Or should I say end it. hmm :D

Arh, you can work it out. Lots of debugging, but you seem wise enough?

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"If" you start something, always "Endif". Or should I say end it. hmm :)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

true - but not the problem in this script

try EndFunc

also - atleast one send with wrong syntax

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true - but not the problem in this script

try EndFunc

also - atleast one send with wrong syntax

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Damn, I need to read the helpfile more. You are too wise.

$start = TimerInit()
$dif = TimerDiff($start)

This looks wrong also. Like a sandwich, with no filling.

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