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Running AutoIT on a Virtual desktop

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GeneZ

ok so I made a bot for an online game. It works perfectly the mouse moves by itself and stuff. But I want to run the bot while doing other things. I want it to run hidden. Is it possible to have sort of like a virtual desktop to run the game and bot, and it will just use the virtual mouse installed there? I don't know if I'm explaining myself correctly. My english is not good. please help =) thanks.

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Mat

Buy a cheap computer and get it running on that would be a much easier solution. What you want to do is complex and a lot of research and work.

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KaFu

I'm not quite sure, but I think I remember that windows are only updated while they're on the active desktop, so if you're bot relies on that, it wouldn't work anyhow. Otherwise here are the relevant functions...

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JohnOne

Bot aside:

I tried this sort of thing once on application before I knew how to use control functions.

I found that if I compiled my script, and ran it in the vitrual enviroment, it was quite simple.


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Mat

I'm not quite sure, but I think I remember that windows are only updated while they're on the active desktop, so if you're bot relies on that, it wouldn't work anyhow. Otherwise here are the relevant functions...

Now those would be useful if they could be added to WinApiEx :blink:

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