S/eing really fast, drinking a potion and teleporting to the edge of the screen, spamming someone (typing messages, like you said), opening a TP and going to town automatically, and a few more.fast typing messages and swapping both attack and aura on a pally...
Most of those would be impossible i think because they require the mouse and its postion on the screen would change what it did.nickedoff said:S/eing really fast, drinking a potion and teleporting to the edge of the screen, spamming someone (typing messages, like you said), opening a TP and going to town automatically, and a few more.
There must be something in the EULA about macros not being allowed.
ESC > Up > Return. S/e with one keystroke.S/e fast could sometimes open options or just return to the game.
Macros aren't just limited to keystrokes.Drinking and teleing would teleport you wherevr the mouse was pointing
Who said it had to be simple?Some things a simple macro program wouldnt handle.
iirc AutoHotKey doesnt let you map mouse co-ords.nickedoff said:ESC > Up > Return. S/e with one keystroke.
Macros aren't just limited to keystrokes.
Who said it had to be simple?
Anyhoo, we should probably let that discussion rot since the only way it could travel is into haxxville :x
AutoHotkey isn't the only macroing program around ;Diirc AutoHotKey doesnt let you map mouse co-ords.
Only if the mouse moves upward, I'm pretty sure.esc-up-enter still depends on mouse location. if the mouse isnt in the bottom half of the screen, you will go to the options menu.
Lol, that's cute.It comes with s/w for the side pad thingy that can bind marcos to keys. As it works externally to D2 how could it even be detected anyway? I like to use as many different skills as possible (the two little bottom buttons change the function of the main pad buttons). I have them all bound to single keystrokes (F1-F8, alt, c, i, etc) except for one macro - esc/up/enter - that macro has saved my HC char on several occasions