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autoclicker 2.4

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello my good sirs

this is a program i made, as you know, is an autoclicker

but it can also do many other things

F2 toggle leftclick

F3 toggle middleclick

F4 toggle rightclick

F6 toggle autospace

F7 toggle user defined (defult tab)

` or ~ brings up menu / help

since it uses send($cus) it could send anything (or do anything) you can do with send

it comes in handy on computers that dont have autoit and you need to do something

over and over, but dont want to or cant install autoit.

this is one of my first programs so i would like feedback and ideas

update i have created a new program thats usefull for geting mouse positation,color,and courser

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...t=0#entry611564

autoclicker2.4.au3

Edited by corgano

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Seems like an interesting program.

Lol, AutoIt without AutoIt. Why not download AutoIt? I guess for non-programmers this is a neat concept. To wrap up, I guess I don't know what to say about this program. It brings up that issue of why not download AutoIt.

An automation wizard this program could become. Totally GUI based point and click. Gamers could use this I guess. Maybe they could choose the desired function key and then type in how many seconds or minutes they want the clicks to last. For instance: {[F1]} -> {[1]} -> {[5]} -> {} basically that would simulate the left mouse button clicking continuously for 15 seconds. Or, while the program is running, hit one hotkey which makes the program accept the following input: you hit the hotkey , say for instance {[F1]}, then you choose the button that you want to simulate by either typing it in or using your mouse to indicate which mouse button you desire and then the program gets to work sending that keypress or button click at the spot over which you have the mouse and it wouldnt begin until you actually click the button or press the key and stops when you press the same button or click the same key.

Ok,...

This:

if $left = 0 then

$left = 1

Else

$left = 0

EndIf

Can safely become this:

If $left = 0 Then $left = 1

Because if $left stores 0 to begin with then there is no need to assign a 0 to $left.

Edited by jaberwocky6669

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Ok,...

This:

if $left = 0 then

$left = 1

Else

$left = 0

EndIf

Can safely become this:

If $left = 0 Then $left = 1

Because if $left stores 0 to begin with then there is no need to assign a 0 to $left.

but if you press F2 again it will stop leftclicking, hence (else = $left = 0)

the origonal ideia is for computers that wont let you install autoit like at work and such, and i would like ideis on how to expand it

Edited by corgano

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