Windows script that pushes button? info? anything?
I'm playing a game (cs:go) and I want a script that runs in the background that is NOT a hack (walls/aim assist/etc). I want the script to just press keypad buttons 7,8,4 and 5 at a set distance apart (0.5 seconds?) These keys would be bound to various clan ids. One of my problems is I haven't ever worked with anything that actually injected(?) keystrokes so i don't know how to call it or what language is best or even if it would run system wide so the game would accept it... if you don't believe this is possible try joining a game and open console and type: bind 7 "cl_clanid " ( being the id of any clan you are in) and then press 7
if you use vbs, you could use the sendkeys command eg. Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") while true do WshShell.SendKeys "the key you want pressed" WScript.Sleep 500 loop
Why not just bind each clan id to WASD respectively, eg: bind w '+forward; clan_id 333;' bind a '+left; clan_id 334;'
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