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script for anoying my dad

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ok my dad sends many emails, so to tick him off i want a script that will jumble up the letters on a keyboard, like G=L L=S etc, I just need 1 code to do that and ill do it myself.

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That's not a very nice thing to do to your dad. Because of that, I have a feeling that you'll receive little to no help on this topic.

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lol wow why so harsh? Its a gag script.. im not trying to piss him off or anything lol. Note: This is ment to be a JOKE....

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eesh why are you guys making it so hard for me to make the script >:lmao: this is ment to be a joke, why do you guys care anyhow?

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we don't want autoit to be used as malware

we don't want autoit to be recognized by AV as virus or trojan

maybe that's the reason

your script would take about 5 mins to script but i'm sure that noone will help you in public

..... If im using this on my DAD, why does any of that matter?

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who tells us you only use this on your dad?

if i tell you that its a 248 line script would you stop asking?

or do you just want random letters than its only 46 lines

whatever you wanna do try to figure it out on your own

the helpfile is your best friend here

good luck

Ive looked, but its all gibberish to me, Im not sure what you ment by the whole thing above, i want it to either make it so that random letters will be typed when he pressed a letter, or that each letter will = a different letter, like a=b b=c c=d etc.. or c=a, c=h, c=e like it randomizes, it doesn't matter.

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im trying to figure out the whole IF, then, endif thing, but dont know what to put in them lol, ie//

If "keyispressed"( "k" ) Then

send( "L" )

but i dont even know how to use those whole if,then,endif things, so i dont know what im supposed to type there..

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i found this StringReplace thing but dont know how to use it, is that even anything to do with this?

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Hi go0b3r,

I'm not here to discuss, just to show you a rule from the owner [JON].

Please read this post and you'll understand why there is so much resistance here ........

You'll see that youre getting dangerously close to this. :lmao:

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i dont understand what that link is supposed to mean.. i dont want to log what he's typing?!?

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also you didn't say weather the StringReplace is anything of use, only noticed the replace part, i have no idea what its really used for lol.

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i dont understand what that link is supposed to mean.. i dont want to log what he's typing?!?

Hey, I told I'm not here to discuss...... ;)

Anyway, check out my KeySpeech program. (link is in my signature below......)

You can go and edit from there! :lmao:

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stringreplace replaces letters in variables

e.g.

$a = "today"
$b = stringreplace ($a, "t", "h")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "d", "l")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "y", "!")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "o", "e")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "a", "p")
msgbox (0, "", $a & @cr & $b)

just an example

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ty, it kinda helps, but im confused with this"

If _IsPressed($n) Then

_KeySpeech(Chr($n + 18))

EndIf

if i replace it like so:

If _IsPressed( "G" ) Then

send( "J" )

EndIf

is that how this works lol, i dont know how to use those _blahblah things, the ones with underscores at the begining.

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stringreplace replaces letters in variables

e.g.

$a = "today"
$b = stringreplace ($a, "t", "h")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "d", "l")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "y", "!")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "o", "e")
$b = stringreplace ($b, "a", "p")
msgbox (0, "", $a & @cr & $b)

just an example

ty, that kinda unconfuses it a bit lol, but only slightly.

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