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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I hope this is the right forum to post this question. I am very new to Autoit and have written a little script. I would like it to hit the w key every 10 seconds in my script. When i run it, it kinda works, it hits w over and over non stop. I get a ton of scripts running at once to. I dont think im telling it to exit or something right. Any help would be great thanks.

Hope this helps you understand, thanks for feedback guys!

Run ("new1.exe")
WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")
Send ("{w}")
Sleep (10000)
WinCLose ("World of Warcraft")
Exit
Edited by Ford21

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show us your script

post it here with (no spaces)

[ code ]

your script here

[ / code ]

maybe we can help

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ahhhm, i don't understand really what you want... plz post your code, than we can help you... it could be, that you use wrong commands, or a wrong loop...

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Updated my code I have. Im new dont forget heh, thanks guys

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Hmm ya im still having issues, any help would be great. Thank you

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

ähm... yes, your problem is that you use the Run() function... it's much better and faster and only uses 1 file opened if you use a loop:

HotkeySet("{ESC}", "Exit1")

While 1
    WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")
    Send ("{w}")
    Sleep (10000)
Wend

Func Exit1()
    WinClose ("World of Warcraft")
    Exit
End Func
Edited by Lord_Doominik

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You need to put your Send key in a loop so that it repeats. "While 1" creates a condition that is always true and thus an infinite loop.

To stop this program, right-click on its tray icon and stop it. To do this more gracefully, read the documentation on HotKeySet and look through the forum for examples of how to create a Terminate function.

Dale

Run ("new1.exe")
WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")

While 1
    Send ("{w}")
    Sleep (10000)
Wend

WinCLose ("World of Warcraft")
Exit

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

haha, i was faster and built hotkeyset in :evil:... because he don't have a gui xD... but i removed the Run("newl.exe") part, because i think his file is named newl.exe... because he said that the w key always was hit, but many programs were open... and if you don't remove the Run function he gets every 10 seks 2 times the w key... xD

ahm and @jdbe iit can't be so that he called is script new1.au3... 'cause he said that the w key always gets pushed... :D

:)

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Please see Lord_D for all of your future custom programming needs... he won't require that you learn anything...

Dale


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all the needed i said ^^... that it's better with a loop... and i think he'll understand mine too... it's called learning by doing and not learning by explaining ^^... it's better for his future in programming if he checks himself with the helpfile or with testing, what the different code lines do... and i think that this isn't a very difficult script... if it is more complicate you're right, than it's better to explain everything...

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Ok guys just seen your posts, I have not tested them yet but soon will.. No matter what you 2 Rock.. Thanks for your help guys!

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#13 ·  Posted (edited)

ähm... yes, your problem is that you use the Run() function... it's much better and faster and only uses 1 file opened if you use a loop:

HotkeySet("{ESC}", "Exit1")

While 1
    WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")
    Send ("{w}")
    Sleep (10000)
Wend

Func Exit1()
    WinClose ("World of Warcraft")
    Exit
End Func

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

When I try this code I get the error Func has no matching end func, any clue? I tryed puting a end on it but no luck, Thanks Edited by Ford21

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You need to put your Send key in a loop so that it repeats.  "While 1" creates a condition that is always true and thus an infinite loop.

To stop this program, right-click on its tray icon and stop it.  To do this more gracefully, read the documentation on HotKeySet and look through the forum for examples of how to create a Terminate function.

Dale

Run ("new1.exe")
WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")

While 1
    Send ("{w}")
    Sleep (10000)
Wend

WinCLose ("World of Warcraft")
Exit

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

This one gives me a error that is wierd, MZ then a squard, next line MZ^ERROR unable to parse line. Not real sure, Any clue? Thanks

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#15 ·  Posted (edited)

Hmm I tried to modify your script to get it to work. It works like my first one, opens like 10000 scripts or something, but no error lol.. Any advice please. Thanks again guys

O also when this happens i have no clue how to stop all of them, I end up having to reboot, any commands fro this, cnt c dont seem to work.

Run ("crazy.exe")

While 1
    WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")
    Send ("{w}")
    Sleep (10000)
Wend
Edited by Ford21

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When I try this code I get the error Func has no matching end func, any clue? I tryed puting a end on it but no luck, Thanks

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

It should be EndFunc without any space inbetween.

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#17 ·  Posted (edited)

When I try this code I get the error Func has no matching end func, any clue? I tryed puting a end on it but no luck, Thanks

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

ahm sry, did a typing error... it is EndFunc and not End Func...

this is correct

HotkeySet("{ESC}", "Exit1")

While 1
    WinWaitActive ("World of Warcraft")
    Send ("{w}")
    Sleep (10000)
Wend

Func Exit1()
    WinClose ("World of Warcraft")
    Exit
EndFunc

lxp already corrected me... thanks to him ^^...

Edited by Lord_Doominik

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Awesome Guys, I got it working good enought to do what I needed. I must thank all you guys for your help, with out you this script would have never worked. I learned a few new things also!

Thanks again guys

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