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Help make auto clicker

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I took a course in visual basics a couple of years ago on very basic material, but I don't remember any of it. I'm just wondering if anyone can post the script for a program that will auto-click around 1000 times per second.

thanks
Dec 15 '07 #1
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I took a course in visual basics a couple of years ago on very basic material, but I don't remember any of it. I'm just wondering if anyone can post the script for a program that will auto-click around 1000 times per second.

thanks
Hello, jjkk!

Can you provide some background on what you are trying to achieve?

You can set up a timer perhaps, but it also sounds like a lot of mathematics to me. Are you able to a pseudocode? Anything you can to help gear it in the right direction.

Also, if you previously searched this forum and nothing found, you might want to try Google to see if your question has been answered. You never know;-)

If I see anything, I'll let you know; still stay tuned for better help, I haven't got clue just yet how this can be handled.

In a bit...
Dec 16 '07 #2

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You can also see www.autoclicks.net
a good software
Jan 5 '08 #3

Ali Rizwan
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I took a course in visual basics a couple of years ago on very basic material, but I don't remember any of it. I'm just wondering if anyone can post the script for a program that will auto-click around 1000 times per second.

thanks
Use timer control.
Add all code under timer interval event and set timers interval property to 1.
Now you will execute that code 1000 times per second.
OR
Add all code under a button's click event and write this code in timer

command1_click

Regards
>> ALI <<
Jan 5 '08 #4

daniel aristidou
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What do you want a clicker for??
Jan 5 '08 #5

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...Now you will execute that code 1000 times per second...
Only approximately, of course. The timer control is not that accurate. For better precision you may need to use the system "tick count" or something. On the other hand, if by "auto clicking" you mean issuing mouse clicks, I doubt you'll get it to happen as fast as 1000 per second.
Jan 7 '08 #6

Robbie
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Only approximately, of course. The timer control is not that accurate. For better precision you may need to use the system "tick count" or something. On the other hand, if by "auto clicking" you mean issuing mouse clicks, I doubt you'll get it to happen as fast as 1000 per second.
Out of the 3 computers I've tested the Timer on (different combinations of Windows XP, Vista, Intel and AMD processors), they are always accurate to exactly 15 mS.

As for actually issuing the mouse clicks, I'm sorry - I can't help. I only know how to position the mouse cursor on the screen, not simulate clicks. It would be useful for me too, to know this (and for people interested why - it's just for 'visual novel' style games which lack a SKIP feature).

I have a DLL capable of doing this, as well as simulating drag-and-drops, but it does not work in VB6. It's due to the way VB6 needs the functions implemented... or something?? As you can tell, I don't really have much knowledge with DLLs. I could ask the creator of the DLL for permission to post it here though, in case someone into DLL-modifying could find it useful? Or would it be too hard to understand becaus it's compiled?
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I just made the most time-wasting post ever. >_<
Jan 8 '08 #7

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Out of the 3 computers I've tested the Timer on (different combinations of Windows XP, Vista, Intel and AMD processors), they are always accurate to exactly 15 mS.
Excellent! Probably my info is a few years old.
Jan 8 '08 #8

daniel aristidou
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I made an auto clicker ....
Jan 15 '08 #9

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