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Symplystyc

newb question for my newb script

I would like my script to pause at a certain point until a key is pressed. I found how to pause with hotkeys but thats not what I want it to do. The script is just logging me into a website, entering my acct and pwd and submitting, then the next page has an number verification on it, I would like the script to pause after it submits my acct and pwd so that i can enter the correct number. any suggestions would be appreciated.


The glass is neither half empty nor half full, it is simply twice as big as it needs to be.

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Generator

#include<misc.au3>
Do
Sleep(1)
Until _IsPressed("hex key")

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Symplystyc

thankyou, that did exactly what I needed it to.


The glass is neither half empty nor half full, it is simply twice as big as it needs to be.

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erebus

Just a quick 'n dirty note here. Do not use anything below Sleep(250) so as not to occupy too much CPU time -if possible-.

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Just a quick 'n dirty note here. Do not use anything below Sleep(250) so as not to occupy too much CPU time -if possible-.

Your information is incorrect, Sleep(250) makes the script unable to respond quick enough, or something happened during that 250 ms will result the script to do nothing. While Sleep(1) is very efficient and it doesn't hog cpu at all, code below uses around 3k Memory and 0 CPU.

While 1
Sleep(1)
WEnd

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