Separate ControlClick Sleep/Loop/Delay

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Re: Separate ControlClick Sleep/Loop/Delay

Post by wyw » 10 Feb 2018, 04:58

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Thanks! Didn't know it was so easy.

Re: Separate ControlClick Sleep/Loop/Delay

Post by Nextron » 09 Feb 2018, 18:06

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Separate ControlClick Sleep/Loop/Delay

Post by wyw » 09 Feb 2018, 16:49

There's something in my script that I want to be so that it ControlClicks every 10 seconds, but it shouldn't affect the other ControlClicks. Basically, "SetControlDelay" should not be changed. The small change here is "ControlClick, X2576 Y1556" every 10 seconds. But since there is no other way apparently, you have to do it with SetTimer


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Can someone help me with this?

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