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Just won't work with any MMO I try, but for everyone else it works fine

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burger4839

Well I tried getting AutoIt to work on a game called Twelve Sky, but it didn't work, so now I'm trying Risk Your Life 2. It just doesn't want to work on that either. I'm just certain that it's not to do with anti-cheat, because when you look on google for a AutoIt bot for either game, people just last week have created them, and they're pretty simple bots. I'm using Vista which is probably the problem, but if you take a look at my very simple code:

ControlClick ( "Risk Your Life", "", "Risk Your Life")

Sleep (5000)

Mouseclick ("left")
Mouseclick ("left")

It won't even work with such a small amount of code. I've also tried just the

Sleep (5000)

Mouseclick ("left")

Mouseclick ("left")

bit, but it still doesn't budge.

Is this a known problem with Vista? Or is my code wrong? Or.. well I don't know. I really want it to work because AutoIt is really fun and easy to use, so I'd like to learn a lot more about it but I just can't if my computer won't make it work. I've also tried clicking normally on my desktop, and that actually works. So there's a conflict between the game and AutoIt, and it's probably Vista.

I'd appreciate it if any of you know a solution. Thanks.

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AwAke

Try adding #RequireAdmin to the top of your script, perhaps it will help.

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Authenticity

It can be several issues to note them all or even to catch the wrong one but I think that it might be a good work of Game Guard.

I've collected a few links that might be of interest to you. Although it's not state in the Wikipedia site link I suspect this game uses Game Guard as well:

http://www.brighthub.com/video-games/pc/articles/1710.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gameguard

http://www.brighthub.com/video-games/pc/articles/1709.aspx

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burger4839

It can be several issues to note them all or even to catch the wrong one but I think that it might be a good work of Game Guard.

I've collected a few links that might be of interest to you. Although it's not state in the Wikipedia site link I suspect this game uses Game Guard as well:

http://www.brighthub.com/video-games/pc/articles/1710.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gameguard

http://www.brighthub.com/video-games/pc/articles/1709.aspx

What I don't understand is how can other people get it to work without a bypass? They just run the script like I do and it works.

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Authenticity

I've said, it can be much more than that for sure...

Try for example to activate the window before sending a mouse click...

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TerarinK

There are serval ways to bypass them step one would to be doing it with a reflective surface that emulates it the second would be to make your calls direct to the service and bypass the game guard. However, I would produce a game where the game guard allows everything through and then determine whats going on to bypass the bypass


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burger4839

I've said, it can be much more than that for sure...

Try for example to activate the window before sending a mouse click...

Tried that aswell. Anyone else have any ideas?

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AoRaToS

Mouseclick need x and y coordinates

Did you check the helpfile?

Control Click needs the handle of a control to work and not coordinates.

try this:

WinWaitActive("Risk Your Life","")

Sleep (5000)

MouseClick("LEFT",100,100,2,1)


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TerarinK

Mouseclick doesn't need coordinates if you got your mouse on a clickable thing.

MouseClick ( "button" [, x, y [, clicks [, speed ]]] )

Can you move your command outside the window or off focus? If you cannot then it is more so that your code doesn't work


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