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mouse clicking for a game

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ok this is my first time using auto it. i have read much of the forums for atleast what i wan't to know about. but im not sure how to make my program click the mouse where i want it to every few seconds then move it to a location then click there then go to the original spot and start clicking every few seconds again.

if this program is in fullscreen how can i see what position i am in? and i am currently needing to know how to make the mouse click and move to a certain location. any help would be appreciated. thanks

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By default autoit accepts mouse coordinates counting them as absolute values, so it should not be a problem using full screen applications.

About moving, clicking, ect. Try to read the manual, I point you to MoveMove(), MouseClick(), While() and Sleep() commands.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

thank you, i will try reading the manual again as well as try some things.

oh and for making it loop, do i have to keep re-execing the program or will it just keep going? or will i need a loop command for it?

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If the program is in fullscreen, open up AU3WindowSpy, put your mouse over the position you want, and press Ctrl+Alt+F. Then look at the Windowspy to figure out your mouse positions.


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ok so would this be correct to have the program do it like almost forever?

$l = 0
Do
MouseMove (562, 406, 0)
MouseClick ("left")
Sleep (5000)
MouseClick ("left")
Sleep (5000)
MouseMove (253, 283, 0)
MouseClick ("left")
MouseMove (562, 406, 0)
$l = $l + 1
Until $l = 9999999999

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ok so would this be correct to have the program do it like almost forever?

$l = 0
Do
MouseMove (562, 406, 0)
MouseClick ("left")
Sleep (5000)
MouseClick ("left")
Sleep (5000)
MouseMove (253, 283, 0)
MouseClick ("left")
MouseMove (562, 406, 0)
$l = $l + 1
Until $l = 9999999999

While 1 = 1
  MouseMove (562, 406, 0)
  MouseClick ("left")
  Sleep (5000)
  MouseClick ("left")
  Sleep (5000)
  MouseMove (253, 283, 0)
  MouseClick ("left")
  MouseMove (562, 406, 0)
Wend

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thanks for the improvement :)

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if this program is in fullscreen how can i see what position i am in?  and i am currently needing to know how to make the mouse click and move to a certain location. any help would be appreciated. thanks

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I'm a bit late at replying but here are some ideas: Use a program such as IrfanView that can automatically save screenshots to file. Later inspect the screenshot to get the right mouse coordinates.

Here's an attempt and an AutoIt version of Larry's script writer:

; Press Win+Escap to quit

Global $WS_POPUP = 0x80000000;borderless window
HotKeySet("#{Esc}", "Terminate")

$output = FileOpen(@DesktopDir & "\MouseAutoItSim.au3", 1);append mode

GuiCreate("MouseHookSimulation", @DesktopWidth, @DesktopHeight, 0, 0, $WS_POPUP)
GuiSetState(@SW_HIDE)
FileWriteLine($output, "----- START " & @Hour & ":" & @MIN & ":" & @SEC & "-----")

Dim $primaryDown = 0, $secondaryDown = 0
While 1
   sleep(10)
   $i = GuiGetCursorInfo()
   ToolTip("(" & $i[0] & ", " & $i[1] & ")", 0, 0)
   If $i[2] = 1 Then;primary mouse button down
      If $primaryDown = 0 Then
         FileWriteLine($output, 'MouseClick("left",' & $i[0] & ',' & $i[1] & ',1, 0);' & @Hour & ":" & @MIN & ":" & @SEC)
         $primaryDown = 1
      EndIf
   ElseIf $i[3] = 1 Then;secondary mouse button down
      If $secondaryDown = 0 Then
         FileWriteLine($output, 'MouseClick("right",' & $i[0] & ',' & $i[1] & ',1, 0);' & @Hour & ":" & @MIN & ":" & @SEC)
         $secondaryDown = 1
      EndIf
   Else
      $primaryDown = 0
      $secondaryDown = 0
   EndIf
Wend

Func Terminate()
   Exit
   If $output > 0 Then FileClose($output)
EndFunc

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Func Terminate()

Exit

If $output > 0 Then FileClose($output)

EndFunc

you can call code after you exit?


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i would say trial and error.

make it click in a random spot, and adjust it getting closer and closer, till you get it,

getting warmer,, warmmmerrrrr, HOT HOT! ok, thats the right spot


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Func Terminate()

  Exit

  If $output > 0 Then FileClose($output)

EndFunc

you can call code after you exit?

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Oops. You should swap those lines. However, I understand that AutoIt automatically close file handles upon termination :)

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interesting, thank you

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also i wanted to say, you can minimize a fullscreen game with uhmm, was it the windows key? no.. i think its shift something....

instead of having to exit the game, and rerun it each time. theres a key combination i think you should be able to use to minimize the screen.

i used to play diablo ii and i would always minimize the game that way, wish i could remember.


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