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fabel02

Mouse key remapping

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Hey, im new to autoit and im having trouble to remap some keys; what im trying to do exactly is to trigger the right mouse button, when "F" is pressed and the left mouse button when "R" is pressed, however i just cant get it to work.

#include <Misc.au3>

$dll = DllOpen("user32.dll")
While 1
    If _IsPressed("f", $dll) Then
        MouseClick("right")
    EndIf
WEnd
DllClose($dll)
i've already tried replacing MouseClick with Send("{02}"), however neither works, when i run the script and press F,

i only get that "dung" sound wich happens when you click on an application you cant interact with and the context menu(for example) wont open aswell

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thanks man

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

A new problem has come to light!

although it works now and is exactly doing what i want it to do, there is a HUGE problem with cpu usage.

this is the current code

#include <Misc.au3>

Opt ("MouseClickDelay", 50)
Opt ("MouseClickDownDelay", 50)
$dll = DllOpen("user32.dll")
While 1
    If _IsPressed("46", $dll) Then
        MouseClick("left")
    EndIf
WEnd
DllClose($dll)
when im holding/pressing the key(F), cpu usuage is normal, however when idling

and not pressing F cpu usage rises to up to 25%, whats up with that?

edit: in case anybody wants to suggest to add some kind of keybind to pause the script, thats

not what im looking for at the moment, i want to let the script run indefinitely in the background

so that im able to press F and trigger the mousebutton as i need it

Edited by fabel02

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Put a sleep in the While loop, either after the EndIf or before the If lines.


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