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Hello, first i like to say the only language i worked with is html and dos, i dont even know what autoit uses (please tell me).

here is a script i made, well, working on:

If
    MouseDown ( "left" )
        Do send ( "p" )
        Sleep (7)
        Until MouseUp ( "left" )
    Then
        ContinueLoop
Wend

There is a bug in it, when trying to run it i get the message "if statement must have a then"

sofar i think it could be the continueloop, or that do until overrules if then.

Thanks in advance.

edit: my dad says the Wend is wrong, but removing that doesent change a thing

Edited by a fly

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Try This:

#include <Misc.au3>

$dll = DllOpen("user32.dll")

While (1)
If _IsPressed ("01", $dll) Then
    send ( "p" )
    Sleep (7)
EndIf
Wend

DllClose($dll)

Hope this helps,

Nomad

Edit: you need beta for this.

Edited by Nomad

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Your code is TOTALY bad.

Look into AutoIt Helpfile - there are examples for every function,

there are also sections about language - Language Reference (conditions, cycles, ...)

Before you start write such bad scripts you must read some basics from AutoIt Helpfile.

Helpfile for AutoIt is really one of the best helpfiles I have seen ever :)

so don't be afraid to look into it :(

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Your code is TOTALY bad.

Look into AutoIt Helpfile - there are examples for every function,

there are also sections about language - Language Reference (conditions, cycles, ...)

Before you start write such bad scripts you must read some basics from AutoIt Helpfile.

Helpfile for AutoIt is really one of the best helpfiles I have seen ever :)

so don't be afraid to look into it :(

i looked into it, readed just about evrything, but i could not think of something to work, like i sayd its my fist time doing something in this language....

thanks for the thelp =)

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