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weedcrackrun

Ok i made a script thats suppose to be a macro for a game. It's suppose to click in 2 different spots, but it doesnt work when its in the game. Its a full screen game, and it has a custom mouse. I know that it might now shot the mouse moving in the game, but it still doesnt do whats its supposed to. I have used scripts made by other people in games such as world of warcraft, and it does everything without you seeing the mouse move. I cant even get it to do what i want it to. What am i doing wrong? Do i need to run the game in windowed mode? It doesnt have windowed mode though so I would be screwed.

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Garrett19212

WinWaitActive("world of warcraft or w.e")

sleep(1000)

mouseclick("w.e",w.e,w.e,w.e)

sleep(100)

mouseclick("w.e",w.e,w.e,w.e)

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weedcrackrun

I will try this and let you know if it works. I thought sleeping would have something to do with it.

Edit: doesnt work, heres my code (yes i know how long and complicated it is.)

WinWaitActive("window name")

sleep(1000)

MouseClick("left", 325, 714, 10)

sleep(100)

MouseClick("left", 325, 714, 10)

MsgBox(0, "Test", "Script Complete")

Edited by weedcrackrun

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Ejoc

I had problems using winwaitactive and controlsend with games, does the MsgBox work?


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weedcrackrun

Yes it works, but the game minimizes and it shows up on my desktop.

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