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Hmm. I'm making an autoclicker.

Yay i can get it to click 3000+ times a second (i used a downloaded program to calculate the clicks per second

the clicking part of my script is (dont run this script by itself... it'll just keep clicking and wont stop... add a terminate function yourself)

$clicks = 0

;all my gui scripts...
$clickspeed = GUICtrlCreateInput($clicks,"[position]","[position]",$ES_READONLY);just a 'status info' thingy
;all my other gui scrips...

$x = 1

While 1
    If $x = 2 Then
        $a = TimerInit()
        MouseDown("left")
        $b = TimerDiff($a)
        $clicks = 1000/$b
    EndIf
WEnd

;function to start/stop/exit

Okay, then now $clicks = 1000/$b right? but since my read-only input panel is rendered right on top, even when it starts clicking, it will still be zero. any ideas how to fix this?

(sorry for the lame questions, im a newbie... just learned the script yesterday. (OMG 1 day learn script YAY))

Thanks in advance,

iZafiro

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Hmm. I'm making an autoclicker.

Yay i can get it to click 3000+ times a second (i used a downloaded program to calculate the clicks per second

the clicking part of my script is (dont run this script by itself... it'll just keep clicking and wont stop... add a terminate function yourself)

$clicks = 0

;all my gui scripts...
$clickspeed = GUICtrlCreateInput($clicks,"[position]","[position]",$ES_READONLY);just a 'status info' thingy
;all my other gui scrips...

$x = 1

While 1
    If $x = 2 Then
        $a = TimerInit()
        MouseDown("left")
        $b = TimerDiff($a)
        $clicks = 1000/$b
    EndIf
WEnd

;function to start/stop/exit

Okay, then now $clicks = 1000/$b right? but since my read-only input panel is rendered right on top, even when it starts clicking, it will still be zero. any ideas how to fix this?

(sorry for the lame questions, im a newbie... just learned the script yesterday. (OMG 1 day learn script YAY))

Thanks in advance,

iZafiro

Have you read the helpfile for mouseclick? it contans the "clicks" parameter, so one can define how many click it should send

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Yes, but I want to measure the clicks per second (1000/how long the script takes to run)

And, I want to set the clicks per second..... not how many clicks it gives... I mean like if the script takes 200 milliseconds to run, then there will only be 5 clicks per second...

So i am thinking of finding out how long the script takes to run, then have an input panel ($clickspeed) clicks per second,

then sleep((1000/$clickspeed)-how long script takes to run) somewhere.

anyideas?

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Hi.

Set the amount of clicks to how many clicks per second you want, and put it in a loop with a sleep(1000)

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Look at this, it's your code:

$x = 1

While 1 [True]
    If $x = 2 [False] Then;Always FALSE!!
        $a = TimerInit()
        MouseDown("left")
        $b = TimerDiff($a)
        $clicks = 1000/$b
    EndIf
WEnd

This is the same as:

While 1
Wend

Edit: If you want to get exactly so many clicks/second you have to calculate the clicks/second and compare it to what you want, and then add or substract x from number that determines how fast you give a click.

Edited by Manadar

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As Azu suggested, this would probably be the easiest way to get a near accurate Clicks per second

While 1
$Clicks=*Your Number Here*
Mouseclick("Left",x,y, $Clicks,0);How many times to click
$Dur = 1000-$Clicks
Sleep($Dur)
Wend

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ummm sleeping a second and then clicking wont give the amount of clicks per second, itll sleep for a second than click idk how that helps, what so ever and looking at your code you wont even get one click in the first place

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Or you could try

$clicks=;Number of clicks here

while 1

$timer=timerinit()

mouseclick("Left",$x,$y, $clicks,0)

$timer=(timerdiff($timer))/1000

$timer=$clicks/$timer

wend

Now $timer should equal how many clicks per second you are getting :P

Edited by Azu

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Or you could try

$clicks=;Number of clicks here

while 1

$timer=timerinit()

mouseclick("Left",$x,$y, $clicks,0)

$timer=(timerdiff($timer))/1000

$timer=$clicks/$timer

wend

Now $timer should equal how many clicks per second you are getting :P

Might want to re-check your logic there Azu... This gives a fairly accurate clicks per second... about 43 per second on mine with no sleep and 30 with Sleep(10).

HotKeySet('{ESC}', '_ExitNow')
Local $xCoord = 500, $yCoord = 500, $iCount
Local $iTimer = TimerInit()
While 1
    $iCount += 1
    MouseClick('Left', $xCoord, $yCoord, 1, 1)
    ToolTip('Average Clicks Per Second = ' & Int($iCount / (TimerDiff($iTimer) / 1000)), 0, 0)
    ;Sleep(10)
WEnd
Func _ExitNow()
    Exit
EndFunc

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I'm not sure what's wrong with the logic in it.

And it seems to use a little less CPU in the task manager.

If won't work if you just copy and paste it though, you have to set the vars to something.. :P

Like this;

HotKeySet('{esc}', 'ex')
$clicks=1
$x=500
$y=500
while 1
$timer=timerinit()
mouseclick("Left",$x,$y,$clicks,0)
$timer=(timerdiff($timer))/1000
$timer=$clicks/$timer
tooltip("Clicks per second="&$timer)
wend
func ex()
exit
endfunc

Your's is cool to though. =D

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I was aware of the $x/$y needing coords :P

I only looked over yours and it didn't look right for some reason... I see it will also work now that I see you're re-setting TimerInit() after $clicks/$timer.


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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

Whoa. Hold it there.

@ Paulie

As Azu suggested, this would probably be the easiest way to get a near accurate Clicks per second

While 1
$Clicks=*Your Number Here*
Mouseclick("Left",x,y, $Clicks,0);How many times to click
$Dur = 1000-$Clicks
Sleep($Dur)
Wend
The point of this autoclicker is to keep clicking, not click click, pause, click click, and so on.

Azu, if you take the time it takes to click (lets say.. hmm ok 200 milliseconds)

Then you take it over 1000, (200/1000 = 0.2)

then you divide it by 1, you will get 0.2 clicks per second, which is wrong, you should get 5 clicks per second..

I think the math is like

Ok the script takes same as above example to run,

200ms,

1000/200 = 5. That should be the clicks per second.

Anyway, i've changed my script somewhat (at least the clicking part).

here. (anyway, I dont think I want to set the number of clicks anymore. After all, the main purpose of this is to click as fast as possible. Now i just want a good clicks per second calculation and for it to work inside the game.)

Offtopic: how do you make your code have automatic AutoIt colouring here?

#include <GUIConstants.au3>

$scriptTitle = "AC"
If Winexists($scriptTitle) Then Exit
AutoItWinSetTitle($scriptTitle)

MsgBox(0,"Notification","Version 1.1. F1 to start, F2 to stop, Esc to exit. Or, you can simply click the buttons. Hee hee.")

HotKeySet("{F1}","Start")
HotKeySet("{F2}","Stop")
HotKeySet("{ESC}","Terminate")

Opt("GUIOnEventMode", 1)
Opt("MouseClickDelay",0)    ;This was why mouseclick() was slower than mousedown() before.
Opt("MouseClickDownDelay",0)
Opt("SendKeyDelay", 0);This was why send() slowed the whole autoclicking down.
Opt("SendKeyDownDelay", 0) 

$ACwindow = GUICreate("Auto Clicker", 200, 130)
GUISetOnEvent($GUI_EVENT_CLOSE, "Terminate")
$clickspeed = GUICtrlCreateInput("0",110,12,50,20,$ES_READONLY)
GUICtrlCreateLabel("Click speed", 30, 15)
GUICtrlCreateLabel("F1 to start, F2 to stop and Esc to quit.", 15, 65)
$autoenter = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("Auto-enter", 65,37)
$startClicking = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start", 20, 90, 70)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent($startClicking,"Start")
$stopClicking = GUICtrlCreateButton("Stop", 115, 90, 70)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent($stopClicking,"Stop")

GUISwitch($ACwindow)
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

$x = 1

While 1
;$a = TimerInit();I wonder if i put it here...
    If $x = 2 Then
        If GUICtrlRead($autoenter) = 1 Then
            For $i = 1 to 5 Step +1
                MouseClick("left",MouseGetPos(0),MouseGetPos(1),1)
                Send("{ENTER}")
    ;GUICtrlSetData($clickspeed,( 1000/ (TimerDiff($a)+7) ) *5)
;This weird thing (+lag and times number of times)... just an experiment. Please try on your comp and see if it does it counts correctly.
            Next
        Else
            MouseClick("left",MouseGetPos(0),MouseGetPos(1),500)
;GUICtrlSetData($clickspeed,1000/TimerDiff($a)* 500) eek, it's still giving me freak numbers.
        EndIf
    EndIf
WEnd

Func Start()
    If $x = 1 Then
        $x += 1
    EndIf
EndFunc

Func Stop()
    If $x = 2 Then
        $x -= 1
        MouseUp("left")
    EndIf
EndFunc

Func Terminate()
    Exit
EndFunc

I'm desperate now, giving you my whole code... I just cant think of how to properly moniter the clicks per second and how to use the functions mentioned below...

Still, if i put the timer thing, it always gives me a crazy amount.

Anyway, at least it still clicks fast (3000+ per second) without autoenter,

and even when autoenter is on, it clicks 600-700 times a second.

BUT, it still doesn't work in maple. I guess I will have to figure out the ControlClick() and ControlSend() functions. As the game is fullscreen and always on top, I have no way to find out the control id and title

Wait a second there. Is the title just the name of the window like for example notepad would be "Untitled - Notepad" ? or do I put the class name there? e.g. Notepad will be "classname=Notepad"

And, as for the control ID thing, what if i just want it to click wherever my mouse is ON the program? ...

really confused here...

Edited by iZafiro

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