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some programs seem to not like autoit

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some programs just don't like to respond to autoit scripts. can someone tell me possibly why these programs wont respond to scripts?

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Rofl, WeaponX thats a good one \:D/

There are many, many reasons why a program could "not work" with AutoIt, if you gave us some idea of what type of program it is, and also what you are trying to do we could better respond.


There is always a butthead in the crowd, no matter how hard one tries to keep them out.......Volly

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it's mame32k v0.64 (or any version for that matter)

I'm trying to make it quick launch online games from a menu...

I've got it booting mame32k but when the application loads and I try to control ANYTHING on it it doesn't do anything...

it should be a simple send("!F") send("N") then a network connection box pops up but nothing happens.

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anti3d.com will have the 0.64 version that I'm trying to script... I think ame1011 is right about blocking for botting. this version is specifically made for online use and in earlier and different versions of online emulators they were plagued with macros and scripts for combos and various things. Though this version hasn't really changed too much when it comes to that subject there's still tons of cheaters on there so there has to be a way. Is there a way to actually simulate key presses for alt f and then pressing the n key with out the whole !F method?

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Hum? Online arcade games? I guess I don't understand what MAME really does. I've downloaded it in the past but I couldn't make sense out of it, so I never could play anything. Good luck I guess.

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