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Klonk
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I have been trying to create a script which rapidly left clicks for as long as I hold my left mouse button down.

I'm trying to be very specific, for example the length of button up/down time for the "rapid clicks".

Can anyone help me please?

Klonk
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Oh, and I do not want mouse movements, only clicks.

Tuncay
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This Thread should be moved to Ask for Help Section. Here are just wishes to the core of AutoHotkey source.

neXt
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try searching, it was done million times.

Klonk
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I didn't ask how many times it was done.

I'm still learning how to script using AHK, and even after searching the forum I found nothing which dictates how to time the up/down time of left click.

So instead of saying "it was done a million times" how about you post something constructive, as opposed to obvious bs.

trik
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Just look in the manual for GetKeyState(), Loop, and Click.

innis24
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I found this for you:

Loop
{
    GetKeyState, Check, LButton, P
    If Check = U
        Break
    Send {LButton}
    sleep 20  ; Adjust if needed
}


tazania
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you can try this software
http://www.autoclicks.net

Bye

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I find that getting help on this forum is like voodoo. Sometimes people will fall down on their feet and write the entire working code for you. And sometimes they'll just RTFM you out of here.

It helps if you do a lot of work on your own and show that you did RTFM. If you then show you have a genuine problem within a subsection of your self-authored code (after RTFM); no matter how sloppy your code is, people are more likely to reply. If you just throw your whole problem out there, no one wants to do all the work for you.

I write because I am also interested in the the codified solution to your problem.

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So instead of saying "it was done a million times" how about you post something constructive, as opposed to obvious bs.

Let's take your own words seriously. So instead of asking in a way like it was done a million times before, what about to provide something constructive (like your code), as opposed to obvious bs like your above statement!? :?

@ Guest
you got it! The concept is quite easy to adopt. If you show some effort to help yourself, we help you to help yourself if you get stuck. Target is to get you up and running on your own. 'Pamper' someone "till death" is useless. He/she will be helpless a second after you've left him/her alone.
Its like to teach someone to walk, with walking on his/her behalf.

What if you teach someone how to read the manual? Perfect! Once he/she knows how to work with it, you've mastered the toughest part.

neXt
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i'm sorry, but obviously you are a retard :) . If you would spend a second on a search you would find a bunch of working examples.
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