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### Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 09 Jan 2019, 12:54
hey guys im trying to figure out how to have left click cycle 1 2 3keys with a break and continue if i click and let go. samething for left click with 4 5 6 any help would be much appreciated.

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 09 Jan 2019, 16:32
Try to describe your idea clearly before asking. You didn't even include an example

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 10 Jan 2019, 12:05
left click of mouse cycles in loop of keys 1 2 3

right click of mouse cycles in loop of keys 4 5 6

if let go of click it stops, hold click it continues.

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 11 Jan 2019, 11:59
forgive me if i dont seem to make sense just got back from a 26 hour drive none stop

cy·cle
/ˈsīk(ə)l/Submit
noun
plural noun: cycles
1.
a series of events that are regularly repeated in the same order.

yeah im sure thats what i put down, cycles =)

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 11 Jan 2019, 12:52
It i still very complicated... Cycles in loop is basically as saying loops in a loop and it makes no sense.
If you could write down exact steps you need to accomplish I might be able to help you

Example of a script:
1.I press the number 1 key.
2.AHK sends left button down repeatedly in specific intervals.
3.I unpress the number 1 key.
4.AHK stops sending left button repeatedly.

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 11 Jan 2019, 15:45
yeah not sure if I can.

Left mouse click = loop of keys 1 2 3

Right mouse click = loop of keys 4 5 6

while in loop if stopped, holds then continues when clicking again.

meaning if I hold the loop and stop at 2 in the loop when i reclick it will continue from 2 in the loop.

not sure how else i can explain =(

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 12 Jan 2019, 17:45
It's explained quite clearly. You just need to have a loop that checks if the particular key is still being held, along with a hotkey.

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``````\$LButton::
while(getKeyState("LButton","P"))
send 123
return
\$RButton::
while(getKeyState("RButton","P"))
send 456
return
``````
As it's written here, it won't work if both are held at the same time. That can be changed though, if you want it to work like that.

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 12 Jan 2019, 17:58
It is not clear at all @Masonjar13, what you wrote will not work 9 times out of 10 because you have no context (it will only work in notepad for testing and if lucky, in web browser game chat?). For example OP said he needs to memorize last button and continue the loop from the button it last stopped. This means he most likely needs a physical button press simulation, with delays, maybe to use in a game? What if it's not a chat window? Your script will not register at all in that case.

At OP: while you hold left button the program must send 1, wait, send 2, wait, send 3, wait, send 1, etc... ? and when you release the button it stops but the next time you hold left button it continues from the number it stopped at previously?

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 12 Jan 2019, 18:18
Here's a test script to see if it does what you want. Press "A" to try:
Spoiler

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 14 Jan 2019, 03:46
.. I'll just blatantly ignore your response, seeing as it makes no sense and that code is.. pretty bad. Though, yes, I did miss where OP asked to keep the cycle when stopped. Easy fix.

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``````setKeyDelay,25,25 ; good starting point for games
arr1:=[1,2,3]
arr2:=[4,5,6]
arr1L:=arr2L:=1

\$^F1::t:=!t

#if t
\$LButton::
while(getKeyState("LButton","P") && t){
send % arr1[arr1L]
arr1L:=++arr1L>arr1.maxIndex()?1:arr1L
}
return
\$RButton::
while(getKeyState("RButton","P") && t){
send % arr2[arr2L]
arr2L:=++arr2L>arr2.maxIndex()?1:arr2L
}
return
``````
I also added a toggle so it won't effectively disable the mouse buttons (Ctrl+F1).

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 14 Jan 2019, 05:34
You didn't ignore my response and just made a fool out of yourself once again

Also did you even test your "pretty good" code? It is nowhere near applicable. But you got to love that "good starting point for games" comment. Maybe after a year of trial and error learning from that starting point you might produce something which actually works?

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 16 Jan 2019, 15:47
mast4rwang wrote:
12 Jan 2019, 18:18
Here's a test script to see if it does what you want. Press "A" to try:
Spoiler

This code will never expire because it simulates physical button press. You can test it and edit as you like

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 21 Jan 2019, 23:38
Mason thank you for ur post, going to check to see if it works

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 00:03
Mason this works awesome, the timer is to fast and left click was doing everything. right now I tweaked the code a bit and for some reason right click does 2 4 5 6 but when i try it on a note pad it does 456, not sure whats going on there but i can work it with all i really need is to slow down the cycle about 1.5 secs

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 00:04
ok so 2 and 6 are linked trying to see why

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 00:17
ok it works, i just dont get somethings on whats going on. when i try in on a note pad it work perfectly, when in game it goes 123 sometimes 1 and 3 for left click, for right click goes 4 5 6 and 2 and 6.

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 22 Jan 2019, 12:30
Mason there are some stuff that are not working right like what mast said but in all honesty mason ur code works fine thank you so much

### Re: Left and right click key auto cycle

Posted: 26 Jan 2019, 12:12
Minrah wrote:
22 Jan 2019, 12:30
Mason there are some stuff that are not working right like what mast said but in all honesty mason ur code works fine thank you so much
Apologies for not getting back to you sooner, I've been very busy!

You can slow it down with a sleep inside the loops. As for why it's skipping some, probably because it's too fast. You can also try setting the key delay to 50,50, or higher, as necessary.

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``````setKeyDelay,50,50
arr1:=[1,2,3]
arr2:=[4,5,6]
arr1L:=arr2L:=1

\$^F1::t:=!t

#if t
\$LButton::
while(getKeyState("LButton","P") && t){
send % arr1[arr1L]
arr1L:=++arr1L>arr1.maxIndex()?1:arr1L
sleep 50
}
return
\$RButton::
while(getKeyState("RButton","P") && t){
send % arr2[arr2L]
arr2L:=++arr2L>arr2.maxIndex()?1:arr2L
sleep 50
}
return``````