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foggy101

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Im new to autoit and i would like some help. Ill give a overall description of the bot. What i does is that it trades cards for tickets (in game money), you can only trade 32 cards at once. but i want to trade 128 cards to the same user for 1 ticket. I was wondering how i could get the bot the recognize how many cards he has left for the 1 ticket. Example first trade he would take 32 cards and bot takes 1 ticket, second trade user takes 32 i take nothing and so on until he hit 128 cards.

thx for all your help

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

What do you have already and what is your specific question about Autoit3?

Jos

Edited by Jos

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what function can i use to recognize the users "credit" like is there a way so that when i finish trading with a user it wrote in notepad how many cards he has left for the 1 ticket and updates it so that when hes at 0 cards he has to pay another ticket for 128 card

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do you understand what im looking for?

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its magic the gathering online, not cheating. i just want ideas on what i could do to do what i need it to do

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its magic the gathering online, not cheating. i just want ideas on what i could do to do what i need it to do

I am sure this subject have been discussed before on these forums so maybe seach will get you started on your project.

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