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I can start to say that i am almost completely new to scripting, and know very little. But i am trying to learn a little by little.

What do i want?

I want to make a bot to do stuff for me on an mafia game that is played on the browser (Firefox).

I think that it shouldn't be too hard when i think about the things to do.

Things to do;

Mouse movement

Mouse clicks

Delays between different tasks.

Example: I want the mouse to press the choise "Criminal", press a choise to do there after a delay of 2 seconds, press "do it".

Then press Gran Teft Auto, choose "rob a car". then choose training, then what i want to train etc..

I also want it to do these things as soon as the cooldown is done. like this;

Criminal choises have 1 minute cooldown. So i want it to press it every minute.

Gran Teft Auto choises have 2 minute cooldown, so i want it to press that every 2'nd minute.

Training choises have different cooldowns, but lets say i want it every 2'nd and 1'st minute. How?

So. This is my dilemma. I'm not asking you to script this for you, but ofcourse i would be really happy if you would make a example script. Just need any help.

Best regards,


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He dont even read forum/forum rules :) I beat he dont even know anything about autoit lol. All ~15 kids starts programing from bot making lol

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New Year same shit

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All ~15 kids starts programing from bot making lol

Would a pot and kettle reference be appropriate here?

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Stop making useless posts at the end of dead topics. You have done it twice this afternoon - do not do it a third time. :)


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GUIExtender -------- Extend and retract multiple sections within a GUI
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