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Hello Masters!

I was maked an script and i need 2 funcions together.

The 1st where the mouse draws an Web.Its a simple didactic application.

While mouse draws it i want the countdown always active.

Well...when i press F6 the mouse draws ...but if i press F8, it stop and the countdown run.

When i press F6 again, mouse moves again but countdown stop :(

I believe that I'm not getting because of the function "While" in the countdown function

I searched the help for a way to make the timer run without "While", but I do not think wheel.

I appreciate if any of the patients and attentive ScriptMasters gives a solution.

; <AUT2EXE VERSION: 3.1.1.0>

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; <AUT2EXE INCLUDE-START: C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Include\GUIConstants.au3>
; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; AutoIt Version: 3.1.0
; Language:       English
; Description:    Constants to be used in GUI applications.
;
; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------


; Events and messages
Global Const $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE           = -3

; == GUI generated with Koda ==
$Form1 = GUICreate("The Spider's WEB", 455, 303, 300, 100)
GUISetFont(14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUICtrlCreateLabel("F6 Start WEB", 16, 48, 174, 28)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUICtrlCreateLabel("F7 Pause", 16, 80, 84, 28)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUICtrlCreateLabel("F8 CountDown", 16, 112,198, 28)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUICtrlCreateLabel("Numpad 8 Distance Up", 16, 144, 198, 28)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUICtrlCreateLabel("Numpad 5 Distance Down", 16, 232, 223, 28)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
$GUIDistance = GUICtrlCreateLabel("150", 120, 184, 34, 28)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 14, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUICtrlCreateLabel("Distance =", 16, 186, 80, 24)
GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 12, 400, 0, "MS Sans Serif")
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)
;
HotKeySet("{F6}", "PaintStar")
HotKeySet("{F7}", "Pause")
HotKeySet("{F8}", "CountDown")
HotKeySet("{NUMPAD8}", "DistanceUp")
HotKeySet("{NUMPAD5}", "DistanceDown")
HotKeySet ("{PgUp}", "IntervalUp")
HotKeySet ("{PgDn}", "IntervalDown")
HotKeySet ("{Pause}","Stop")



Global $EventType; False = lose, True = win
Global $EventName[2] = ["Limpa", "Limpa_2"]
$LimpaIntervalo = 10000 ; milliseconds
$Timerinit = TimerInit();start timer
Global $x
Global $y
Global $Distance = 150


func PaintStar ()
    $pos = MouseGetPos ()
    $x = $pos[0]
    $y = $pos[1]
    Call("WAP")
EndFunc

func WAP ()
    While 1
        MouseDown("Left")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y - $Distance)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance/1.3636363, $y - $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance/1.3636363, $y + $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y + $Distance)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance/1.3636363, $y + $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance/1.3636363, $y - $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance, $y)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance/1.3636363, $y - $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y - $Distance)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance/1.3636363, $y - $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance, $y)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance/1.3636363, $y + $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y + $Distance)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance/1.3636363, $y + $Distance/1.3636363)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance, $y)
        Sleep(25)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance/2, $y)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - ($Distance/1.3636363)/2, $y - ($Distance/1.3636363)/2)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y - $Distance/2)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + ($Distance/1.3636363)/2, $y - ($Distance/1.3636363)/2)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + $Distance/2, $y)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x + ($Distance/1.3636363)/2, $y + ($Distance/1.3636363)/2)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x, $y + $Distance/2)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - ($Distance/1.3636363)/2, $y + ($Distance/1.3636363)/2)
        Sleep(100)
        Send(" ")
        MouseMove($x - $Distance/2, $y)
        MouseUp("Left")
    WEnd
EndFunc

func Pause ()
    While 1
        $msg = GUIGetMsg()
        If $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Then Exit
    WEnd
EndFunc


func DistanceUp ()
    $Distance = $Distance + 5
    GUiCtrlSetData($GUIDistance, $Distance)
    ToolTip("Distance is " & $Distance, 0, 0)
    Sleep(500)
    ToolTip("")
EndFunc

Func DistanceDown ()
    If $Distance > 0 Then $Distance = $Distance - 5
    GUICtrlSetData($GUIDistance, $Distance)
    ToolTip("Distance is " & $Distance, 0, 0)
    Sleep(500)
    ToolTip("")
EndFunc


While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    If $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Then Exit
WEnd

Func CountDown ()

While 1
    
    $Time = TimerDiff($TimerInit)
    Tooltip("Seconds until close " & $EventName[$EventType] & ": " & Round(($LimpaIntervalo - $Time)/1000), 10, 10)
    If $EventName = ("Limpa") Then
       MsgBox (4096,"Limpa","You Loooose")
   ElseIf $EventName = ("Limpa_2") Then
       MsgBox (4096,"Limpa","You Win :)")
    EndIf
    If $Time > $LimpaIntervalo Then
    $Timerinit = TimerInit();reset timer
        Call($EventName[$EventType])
        $EventType = Not $EventType
    Sleep(350)
    EndIf
Wend
EndFunc;>>>>>Exit
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
func IntervalUp ()
        $LimpaIntervalo = $LimpaIntervalo*3
        
$Time = TimerDiff($TimerInit)
    $Timerinit = Timerinit ();reset timer
    ToolTip("Time add is " & $Time,0,0)
    Sleep(500)
    ToolTip("")

EndFunc
Func IntervalDown ()
    $LimpaIntervalo = $LimpaIntervalo/3
        
$Time = TimerDiff($TimerInit)
    $Timerinit = Timerinit ();reset timer
    ToolTip("Time loss is " & $Time,0,0)
    Sleep(500)
    ToolTip("")

EndFunc
Func Stop ()
    Exit
    EndFunc

Best Reggards

Edited by Fi0da

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Look at AdLibRegister() in the help file. It can periodically interrupt your script to do something (like update a timer) and then returns control to the script right where it left off.

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Or AdlibEnable() if you want to continue running AutoIt 3.1.0. If you are going to use the latest version of AutoIt 3.3.6.0, note that you will lose the decompile option so you may need to backup your source.

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@PsaltyDS thankyou for u fast reply...iv got v3.3.6 but i preffer steel in beta V3.1 :( grats.

Or AdlibEnable() if you want to continue running AutoIt 3.1.0.

MHz ill continue running 3.1.0 :)...im fammilyarized whit it.

Now...i saw in Help and examples but sorry...i dont know how to do it run.

Can u edit a simple example ???

when the F8 is press, I need that CountDown running together mouse movments.

I Aprecciate anny reply.

Tkx All


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...iv got v3.3.6 but i preffer steel in beta V3.1

Keeping your scripts on a 5.25" floppy and running them on Windows 98ME?

:(


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Keeping your scripts on a 5.25" floppy and running them on Windows 98ME?

:(

No:)...im run in MSX :)

Man...i just told this cose this new vers dont have "Decompile"

Perhaps ill try get 2 versions...3.3 for Edite and Built and 3.1 for decomp.

Then backing to my Script.....


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

here is just a suggestion. If you have a need to decompile your own code (that means bad planning right from the start) Then do that now, update all the source code that will have to change and then put them away safely as scripts so decompiling is never an issue. If on the other hand, you use decompile on other people code, you will find yourself very unwelcome around here in exceptionally short order.

Edited by GEOSoft

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Dear GEO

Yes..i dont remember this...

When i make an Script and compile it, really i have the writed together whit the .exe.

Just Sry for that reply...my intention wasn't that.

I Dont decompile annother people code...i just wanna solve mine source :( on the main post

...Waiting for a serious member...


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Dear GEO

Yes..i dont remember this...

When i make an Script and compile it, really i have the writed together whit the .exe.

Just Sry for that reply...my intention wasn't that.

I Dont decompile annother people code...i just wanna solve mine source :( on the main post

...Waiting for a serious member...

Then do as I mentioned. Decompile all of your scripts and save then as au3 files then put them away someplace. Depending on being able to decompile the source is a very bad backup strategy and IMHO it's no backup strategy at all.

George

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

MHz ill continue running 3.1.0 :(...im fammilyarized whit it.

Now...i saw in Help and examples but sorry...i dont know how to do it run.

Can u edit a simple example ???

when the F8 is press, I need that CountDown running together mouse movments.

Using Adlibenable() is easy once you understand it so clear your mind.

This is a basic structure with comments of how adlib works. I put priority on comments rather then working code of demonstration.

; this script should flow freely and the working function does its task

; call Adlibenable to run adlib function to run every 500 ms
Adlibenable('_adlib_function', 500)

; script continues while _adlib_function() is also running periodically

; call this function to start main action
_This_Is_The_Working_Function()

; now we can turn off _adlib_function running by using AdlibDisable()
Adlibdisable()

Exit

Func _adlib_function()
    ; only non blocking code witch runs every X ms as defined
    ; do your counter within here. No loops, no Msgbox etc which block
EndFunc

Func _This_Is_The_Working_Function()
    ; This is the main block of code do what you want
EndFunc

Points to remember:

  • Adlibenable runs a function every X ms as defined. Each time the adlib functionality runs, the main script pauses while the code in your adlib function runs, so no blocking functions to ensure smooth running of your script.
  • You can only have 1 adlib function at once. You can use latest AutoIt version for improved and renamed AdlibRegister() which does more.
  • Use AdlibDisable() to stop adlib functionality and continue as normal with the script.
  • Use AutoIt 3.1.0 as long as you like though support maybe limited as we usually use the latest version here. :)

Edit:

Minor corrections

Edited by MHz

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Very good ....

It worked as I wanted:)

Also, I liked this new version did an improvisation that worked right.

I thank all who contributed and contribute to helping beginners.

The way you explain the functions gives the learner "Thinking" in creating

I'll continue reading the new posts and new doubts.

Congrats to Admin


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