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SFJake

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  1. Its me again. Who am I? One of the first results you'll get out of google if you're looking to make your keyboard autofire/turbo/rapid fire. Quite a frustrating experience when, ever after years, I have yet to find a solution to this. What I want to do: I play fighting games online, and too many people use autofire. I don't mind not using it on people that don't use it, but those that DO use it have insane advantage, and nobody seems to care or label them as cheater. Thus, I want autofire too. To be more specific: While holding a key, its as if you were tapping it really quickly so that it works in game. The games I play easily detect the input, thats not the problem. Now I don't have the old macros but the problem was always the same: Holding one button down with autofire -did- work, but add any other key and it started "overflowing" or whatever - inputs were lost and keyboard stopped responding properly for a few seconds. Now, I don't get it. If I use XPadder (program to make your joystick input keyboard or mouse commands), I can use autofire for the keyboard keys and guess what, it works juts fine. Perfectly, no problem, no matter what. But of course, I have been playing fighting games for years with a Keyboard... thats where I want my autofire. I tried to macro something (like, say X), that holds a certain Joystick button which is programed through XPadder to autofire ANOTHER key (say, O), which would be a punch key for the game or whatever. No luck, autohotkey can't do that apparently: at least it didn't work. So, I'm lost. I just want a proper autofire, it IS possible, it has to be, but during years I have found absolutely no programs of any kind that does this. I was hoping that there was a way to make a proper autofire macro, but I know too little about it. I hope someone can help me.
  2. Thanks. Indeed it was more useful. Not quite there yet, though. I found out that if it worked or not depends on the game or not, since I want to use it for multiple games.. well I won't be more specific. "It works" to 2 extent. The autofire is too slow, no matter how I change the delays in the settings, it takes at least 1 second to do it again etc... More so, if I press anything else, it doesn't work (for example, right arrow + A and suddenly it doesn't work. The macro seems to expect A and A alone, other key conflicts with it). Of course, this is excluding the problem that I can only have one of them on at a time... I don't understand why any of this is happening, most likely you do. I could live with having only one of them active at a time but.. the 2 other problems are too big, I'm afraid.
  3. Oh well.. if its impossible, I'll just have to find another program.. if it even exists. I've been looking for this for a long time. Anyway. Thanks again.
  4. Thank you. Is it absolutely impossible to do it so it stops automatically when not pressing the key anymore? I really, really appreciate the help but that specific part is a "must" for it to be of any use to me. Well, the worse is I tried if this worked in my game and it just doesn't and I did everything well. It just doesn't detect any input in game. The macro does active but nothing happens here (although if I leave it to run globally it will work on, say, notepad). So again, thanks for the help, but if what I'm precisely asking for is impossible, just say so!
  5. The point is to make something that works in a game. I'm sure you met game where you need to remove pressure off a key and press it again for it do do "whatever" action. This mean you HAVE to press the key over and over to do it (you can't just hold it, its not like text). This is the point of what I'm trying to do. It needs to be literally like a turbo key, having to shut it down manually would make it overcomplicated for gaming purpose. I guess the basic of what you posted wold works, just need a way to stop it when you don't press the key anymore. I'll try and see but I don't think I will figure it out alone. But thanks for your post. EDIT: I can't even find the Loop command... :/ Well, there are Repeats commands but I don't know how they work I can't make them work.
  6. This program is great and all but I'm not here to learn how to make thousands of Macro for thousands of use... I ended up here because all I want is to make some of my keyboard keys "autofire". I just want, for example, the A button to do it repeatedly and rapidly (its for gaming) as long as I hold it down, as if I pressed it extremely fast (auto fire). I have absolutely no idea how this thing works and looking at the tutorials and all just makes me think It'll take me weeks to get this done. Does anyone know how to do such a command? I figured it shouldn't be THAT hard if you know how that program works. I would "love" any help here.
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