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SonGokuBg
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Need help

16 Mar 2019, 03:41

Hello, i have this script for when I double click left button to press "k"

#UseHook

LButton::
if (A_TickCount - LButton_Tick <= 250) AND (LButton_Tick >= 1)
Send {k}
else
Send {LButton}
LButton_Tick := A_TickCount
return


The problem is I can't hold Left button now. It's just click can't hold.
Can someone fix that?
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Tigerlily
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Re: Need help

16 Mar 2019, 04:36

HI SonGokuBg,

You're telling your script to :

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if you double click within a certain timeframe
Send a "k"
or else
Send only one mouse click
you need to create another condition "else if" which allows you to validate that condition so that your script knows to hold it down instead of just sending one single left mouse click
-TL
SonGokuBg
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Re: Need help

16 Mar 2019, 04:57

Tigerlily wrote:
16 Mar 2019, 04:36
HI SonGokuBg,

You're telling your script to :

Code: Select all

if you double click within a certain timeframe
Send a "k"
or else
Send only one mouse click
you need to create another condition "else if" which allows you to validate that condition so that your script knows to hold it down instead of just sending one single left mouse click
I am very amateur :roll: Can You do it for me?
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Tigerlily
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Re: Need help  Topic is solved

16 Mar 2019, 05:40

This worked for me - it was a funny tricky problem. I adjusted your LButton_Tick <=250 to <=350 because it seemed to make the double click for Send "k' more reliable. There's probably a better way to do this.. but this is a solution :P

I used SetTimer:

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#NoEnv
#SingleInstance, force
SendMode, Input
#UseHook

LButton::
if (A_TickCount - LButton_Tick <= 350) AND (LButton_Tick >= 1)
	Send {k}
else
{
	Send {LButton down}
}
SetTimer, ClickBackUp, -1
LButton_Tick := A_TickCount
return	

ClickBackUp:
if !(GetKeyState("LButton" , "P"))
	Send {LButton up}
else
	SetTimer, ClickBackUp, -1
return
EDIT: the previous code that I posted had some issues with it when typing, so I fixed it ;)
Last edited by Tigerlily on 16 Mar 2019, 06:06, edited 4 times in total.
-TL
IMEime
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Re: Need help

16 Mar 2019, 05:53

how about to use 'tild' prefix ~ to keep its native function
and
I guess, you have to consider drag functionality of mouse too
SonGokuBg
Posts: 6
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Re: Need help

16 Mar 2019, 07:02

Tigerlily wrote:
16 Mar 2019, 05:40
This worked for me - it was a funny tricky problem. I adjusted your LButton_Tick <=250 to <=350 because it seemed to make the double click for Send "k' more reliable. There's probably a better way to do this.. but this is a solution :P

I used SetTimer:

Code: Select all

#NoEnv
#SingleInstance, force
SendMode, Input
#UseHook

LButton::
if (A_TickCount - LButton_Tick <= 350) AND (LButton_Tick >= 1)
	Send {k}
else
{
	Send {LButton down}
}
SetTimer, ClickBackUp, -1
LButton_Tick := A_TickCount
return	

ClickBackUp:
if !(GetKeyState("LButton" , "P"))
	Send {LButton up}
else
	SetTimer, ClickBackUp, -1
return
EDIT: the previous code that I posted had some issues with it when typing, so I fixed it ;)
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Tigerlily
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Joined: 04 Oct 2018, 22:31

Re: Need help

Yesterday, 09:20

SonGokuBg wrote:
16 Mar 2019, 07:02
Happy I could help :D Welcome to the forums.
-TL

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