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let me just ask is the winbot program coded with vb or vbs? if vb can you share it?

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you are refering to AutoIt3 then it is neither, It's written in C++

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yes, C++ ok by any chance do u know the code in vb? or a place where u can get it? thx

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One of us is having a problem communicating with the other here. There is not much chance that, in this lifetime anyway, you are going to recode AutoIt3 in VB and get it working properly. When you write a script in AutoIt, it resembles a VB script but it actually is different, The code for the AutoIt program itself is not even close to VB. If you want to know how to write a script to run with AutoIt then I would suggest that you start by reading the Help file and when you run into a definable problem, post it in this forum and someone will help you with it.


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wouldn't converting autoit to visual basic be like counter productive? bloat, buggy language, and all around pain in the ass language...

i write all of my programs in ti-99 basic... :whistle:


 

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

i write all of my programs in ti-99 basic..

You wouldn't happen to have a copy of code for Pirate's Island Adventure Game for TI-99, would you? My TI really wants to run that again. Thought perhaps a simulator might work, power supply for the TI is missing. (Think it was probably in some form of Basic). Edited by BobHansen

Hope this was helpful.............good luck, Bob

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http://www.if-legends.org/~pdd/

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nearly impossible to find someof the old games in source. i remmber when alot fo the games we writting in the ti magazine. lol :whistle: i hope this helps some...


 

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i hope this helps some...

Thanks lots beerman....this was always just a background thought, never actively went looking. This looks like it will do it.......


Hope this was helpful.............good luck, Bob

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

One of us is having a problem communicating with the other here.  There is not much chance that, in this lifetime anyway, you are going to recode AutoIt3 in VB and get it working properly.  When you write a script in AutoIt, it resembles a VB script but it actually is different,  The code for the AutoIt program itself is not even close to VB.  If you want to know how to write a script to run with AutoIt then I would suggest that you start by reading the Help file and when you run into a definable problem, post it in this forum and someone will help you with it.

never said i wanted to recode it, i was asking if you know a vb code similar to the winbot program like just moving the mouse from 1 point to the other while clicking it Edited by Botzone

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oh look......

a simple google search for "vb move mouse" revealed more than a few such examples as this

http://forums.devshed.com/archive/t-89803

http://www.zarr.net/vb/download/codedetail.asp?code=19


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oh well i wantted a vb code that it can work automatically, without clicking it manually. the ones u linked me to have to click them manually, and also it doesnt click at the position i want it too

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oh well i wantted a vb code that it can work automatically, without clicking it manually. the ones u linked me to have to click them manually, and also it doesnt click at the position i want it too

Exactly what is wrong with using AutoIt's MouseMove and/or MouseClick function(s)?

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nothings wrong it code is in c++ i wantted to know if anyhere knows the vb verson of it

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