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Wanted

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  1. Sube un video en algún lugar de esto en acción
  2. Do you have a video of the actions you're trying to replicate?
  3. Do you have an image of what you're talking about? It's likely you'll need something like color TPA functions to find the center etc.
  4. Wanted

    OSI Wiki and Manual

    https://github.com/OSI1/OfficialSCARInclude it's here now
  5. Wanted

    Richard

    Try reinstalling? Run as administrator? Check for other installed software differences?
  6. Wanted

    Richard

    What's different between your two computers?
  7. https://wiki.scar-divi.com/Category:Functions The functions and syntax you are looking for can be found in the manual. They should be easy for you to understand. Let me know if you need further help Wait, FindColor, GetColor, TypeSend,
  8. You almost got it with that pseudocode. The coding 'rules' haven't changed, the wrappers for built in functions and been re-arranged slightly since ~10yrs ago. You can find the built in arrangements in code hints in SCAR or here https://wiki.scar-divi.com/SCAR_Divi_Online_Manual If you have specific questions I can help answer them. It's much easier than it sounds Welcome back
  9. var x, y:integer; w: THwndArray; procedure Pot; begin w := FindWindows('Endless Online'); if (High(w) > -1) then begin ActivateWindow(w[0]); SetLength(w, 0); Wait(500); end; repeat if FindColorSpiral(0, 0, x, y, 1579032, 185, 38, 185, 38) then begin clickmouse(78, 360, true); wait(50) clickmouse(464, 376, true); wait(15) clickmouse(464, 376, true); wait(500) end; until FindColorSpiral(0, 0, x, y, 1579032, 185, 38, 185, 38)= false end; begin repeat Pot until(false) end. You need to include the start points in FindColorSpiral (SE, SY) I put in 0, 0 for you and added some semicolons where needed to get the compilation errors to go away.
  10. What game is it? Does it have bot detection? What operating system do you have? How difficult is the task your trying to do? Don't know much about V/Simb these days. Your question probably requires a lot of benchmarking and consideration to answer properly. We can offer some support on this platform if you give us more details.
  11. MoveMouse instead of setmouse.
  12. Try FindColorTolerance with Tolerance around 5, 10, 15, 25, etc.
  13. Don't use Runelite for the time being. Not sure we'll have a solution for that anytime soon. You could edit in some offsets to Mouse.scar etc. if you're really desperate to use it.
  14. You tried these with the normal client? I'll look at it this weekend. Also, did you get the latest OSI from github (not include manager)
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