Switch-box for exclude some thread ? Topic is solved

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Switch-box for exclude some thread ?

01 Jul 2020, 05:31

Hi all :thumbup:

before my "summer" question i need to write little prologue: i have 21 windows opened, on two monitors, and normally use 21 thread for make the some things on all windows (the same game with different account) ... some time i need to use only 12 account so i not load other tasks but hotkey are programmed for 21 so i need to "reload" my script after it finish it's work (or i have more "H" in the taskbar)

i think to make one little GUI with some Checkbox (with some "ON/OFF" global variable) for include/exclude specific thread, and add some IF before "calling thread function"

other way are to use #IfWinActive or "if WinExist" but some time i have windows open and not want to interact with it (exclude it from thread list)

do you have any further advice ?
scriptors
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Re: Switch-box for exclude some thread ?

03 Jul 2020, 10:54

some example for future use (correct me if i make some mistake .. it's easy :lol: )

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Gui, 2:New
Gui, 2:+AlwaysOnTop -SysMenu -Caption +Border 
Gui, 2:Add, Button, x10 y10, START-EMU
Gui, 2:Add, Checkbox, x10 y45 Checked vServer, Disattiva per solo Taiwan
Gui, 2:Add, Checkbox, x10 y65 Checked vAiuti, Disattiva Castelli Aiuto
Gui, 2:Add, Checkbox, x10 y95 vMOnete, Aiuti solo Monete
Gui, 2:Show, X580 Y885 NoActivate, MACRO
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!^F12:: ; just for test
Gui, 1:submit, nohide
IF(Server = 1)
{
msgbox Checkbox ATTIVO
}
IF(Server = 0)
{
msgbox Checkbox NON ATTIVO
}
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Now i have "big" problem, how to transfer checkbox-variable (Monete) into thread, i try many solution but not find the way :oops:
tray to "iniect" variable into function but it not work

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!^+a::
Gui, 1:submit, nohide

AiutoMulti("1", 0xBC2020, 0xBC2121, 606, 308, 0x231102, 537, 109, 0xB27823, 379, 375, 0xFFBE42, 613, 53, Monete)
...
...
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AiutoMulti(wname, color_0, color_0b, xClick_0, yClick_0, color_1, xClick_1, yClick_1, color_2, xClick_2, yClick_2, color_3, xClick_3, yClick_3, Monete)
	{
return AhkThread("
	(
;	global Monete
	CoordMode ,Pixel,Screen ;set this to use absolute coordinates and for specific thread
	WinGetPos, X, Y, , , " wname "
...
...
			PixelGetColor, Res, %xPixel_1%, %yPixel_1%, RGB
			if(Res != " color_1 "){ ; checks barra aiuti se piena
			Sleep 2000
;				Gui, 1:submit, nohide
				IF(" Monete " = 1)			; here need check for GUI-Checkbox variable - vMonete
				{
				MsgBox OK variabile
				GoSub SoloMonete
				}
;			MsgBox " wname " piena 
			}
...
...
	)")
}


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Re: Switch-box for exclude some thread ?

03 Jul 2020, 16:10

You should read the checkbox from thread, otherwise you can transfer a value using thread.ahkassign("var",value).
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Re: Switch-box for exclude some thread ?  Topic is solved

04 Jul 2020, 04:18

i make some mistake with GUI number :headwall:

so, this way work OK for use one or more GUI variable into multi thread function

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!^+a::
Gui, 2:submit, nohide
AiutoMulti("1", 0xBC2020, 0xBC2121, 606, 308, 0x231102, 537, 109, 0xB27823, 379, 375, 0xFFBE42, 613, 53, Monete) ; <- add variable-checkbox to function data
…
…
if (Server = 1) ; switch for use all thread or portion of it
{
AiutoMulti("8", 0xBC2020, 0xBC2121, 606, 308, 0x231102, 537, 109, 0xB27823, 379, 375, 0xFFBE42, 613, 53, Monete) ; <- add variable-checkbox to function data
AiutoMulti("9", 0xBC2020, 0xBC2121, 606, 308, 0x231102, 537, 109, 0xB27823, 379, 375, 0xFFBE42, 613, 53, Monete) ; <- add variable-checkbox to function data
}
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AiutoMulti(wname, color_0, color_0b, xClick_0, yClick_0, color_1, xClick_1, yClick_1, color_2, xClick_2, yClick_2, color_3, xClick_3, yClick_3, ckMonete) ; <- read variable-chekbox
	{
return AhkThread("
	(
	...
	...
			IF(" ckMonete " = 1)
			{
			...
			...
			}
…
...
	)")
}

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