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    Nice app....but let me add, as I'm sure some of you other wind traders may have been thinking, the REAL power of this is *not* with milling/prospecting/DE'ing. I'll leave the rest to your imagination. ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidfranses View Post
    Postal.

    It refreshes your mailbox and retrieves mail automaticly. It convientently also has an option to keep X amount of free bag space.
    Thx, nice tip. But it only works as long as the prospected items don't take up all bag space ... and actually Postal does not auto refresh my mailbox. It works if there are like 150 messages and I click the Open All button. The 100 messages that will follow the first 50 are then automatically processed. But it does not work, if the inventory is full and there is like 12 mails full of ore remaining. However, I just made a macro for Postal Open All and send the key for that macro occasionally. Works quite fine. The only remaining question is, how to automatically offload the gems ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Namssob View Post
    Nice app....but let me add, as I'm sure some of you other wind traders may have been thinking, the REAL power of this is *not* with milling/prospecting/DE'ing. I'll leave the rest to your imagination. ;-)
    If you mean posting / canceling: it does not work as the window has to be active at the time TSM scans the auction hose. And also, the "Post auctions" button and "Cancel auctions" button at the right hand side cannot be macroed.
    Last edited by mstWeal; September 27th, 2011 at 08:21 PM.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by mstWeal View Post
    Thx, nice tip. But it only works as long as the prospected items don't take up all bag space ...
    Well that's why you can predifine the bag space postal has te leave open (beware! It only accounts for generic bag space, not proffesion-bags!)

    And at least it's more than 1 inventory cylce as you suggest. Worst case you can pop op WoW once in a while to check if everything is going well...

    Quote Originally Posted by Namssob View Post
    Nice app....but let me add, as I'm sure some of you other wind traders may have been thinking, the REAL power of this is *not* with milling/prospecting/DE'ing. I'll leave the rest to your imagination. ;-)
    So far, I've managed to also let it create inks from what I've milled. So it goes Milling->Creating Inks.

    I think It's a bit Iffy to let it go even further, but it should be possible to let it create say, glyphs as well, but that seems all too automated...

    I'd like to know what you're alluding to tho ;-)

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    Is there any way to tweak it so that it sends keystrokes in a given order but with intervals ? E.G - Send keytstroke "y" , w8 a few seconds, and then send Keystroke "Z" ? ( the commaless option XY , but then with a pause between X and Y )

    Also, for the random picking of keystrokes (the X,Y,Z,... -With comma's-option) is it possible to tweak the outcome of this (50% Y, 25%X , 25% Z) - I've come up with just having "Y,Y,X,Z" - but if you have lots of different strokes, it gets a bit weird ("Y,Y,Y,X,X,Z,Z,Z,Z,Z") for a 0.3 / 0.2 / 0.5 distribution...

    I hope this made sence to you, if not I'll try to rephrase

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    Sheesh, do I have to hold everyone's hand? ;-)

    Forget professions. Think AH automation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mstWeal View Post
    The only remaining question is, how to automatically offload the gems ...
    Get an auto-mailing add-on, and make a mailing list. Usually those add-ons require you to click a "send all" button or something. If there is no slash command to do so, you could try to locate the position of the button on the screen and send a {Click,X,Y} command from the Consortium Key Sender (where X and Y are coordinates on your screen). Please note that this is untested.

    Quote Originally Posted by davidfranses
    Is there any way to tweak it so that it sends keystrokes in a given order but with intervals ? E.G - Send keytstroke "y" , w8 a few seconds, and then send Keystroke "Z" ? ( the commaless option XY , but then with a pause between X and Y )
    If you are currently using the compiled version - no, but this is a nice suggestion for a feature of a future release - for instance: if the keys are comma separated, to send them in sequence rather than random . If you are using the source code, however, you can add a:
    Code:
    SetKeyDelay, 2000
    Command, where "2000" is the number of milliseconds that you want the script to wait. A good place to put it, would be right before the:
    Code:
    IniRead, SecToRefTemp, %A_WorkingDir%\CKSSettings.ini, 1, SecToRef
    Something you need to consider though is that it will always use this delay between keys.

    Quote Originally Posted by davidfranses
    Also, for the random picking of keystrokes (the X,Y,Z,... -With comma's-option) is it possible to tweak the outcome of this (50% Y, 25%X , 25% Z) - I've come up with just having "Y,Y,X,Z" - but if you have lots of different strokes, it gets a bit weird ("Y,Y,Y,X,X,Z,Z,Z,Z,Z") for a 0.3 / 0.2 / 0.5 distribution...
    I am not 100% sure what you mean here, but if you want to have some key more frequently than others - just include it twice/trice/ etc. For example if you need a (50% Y, 25%X , 25% Z) distribution, in "Keys to send" use this: "Y,Y,X,Z".
    It's not a bug, it's a feature !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pliaksi View Post
    Get an auto-mailing add-on, and make a mailing list. Usually those add-ons require you to click a "send all" button or something. If there is no slash command to do so, you could try to locate the position of the button on the screen and send a {Click,X,Y} command from the Consortium Key Sender (where X and Y are coordinates on your screen). Please note that this is untested.
    Seems not to work. My character starts jumping like crazy and it always opens up the dungeon browser ...

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    Actually yes, this is my bad. You cannot send {Click,X,Y} because the comma is the separation character. Will change it in a future release, so Click commands should be possible.

    Will likely wait for a week or two, so people can test it a bit and propose new features. After that I will push a new version.
    Last edited by Pliaksi; September 28th, 2011 at 04:54 AM.
    It's not a bug, it's a feature !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pliaksi View Post
    Actually yes, this is my bad. You cannot send {Click,X,Y} because the comma is the separation character. Will change it in a future release, so Click commands should be possible.

    Will likely wait for a week or two, so people can test it a bit and propose new features. After that I will push a new version.
    Thanks, definately keep up the good work :-) As far as testing goes, I encountered problems with full screen mode.

    Steps to reproduce:
    1) Play WoW in full screen mode
    2) Open up Mailbox with Postal installed
    3) Have Ore in your inventory
    4) Open up TSM Destroying window
    5) Listen to mouse
    6) Send key sequence: l,l,l,l,l,l,l,l,l,o (l is macro for prospect, o for open mail)

    What happens:
    A command is only sent once, then nothing happens anymore. So, depending on the random selection, either your mail was opened, or you prospected 5 ore.

    What should happen:
    Should keep sending commands, as is working in windowed mode.

    Using:
    Win7 64bit

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    Just a few questions:

    1. From what you say, I get that you have tried this and it works in windowed mode, but not full screen, is that correct?
    2. After you do this set-up, what are you doing in order to trigger the script? (e.g. you are browsing, playing another game...)
    3. What random interval do you use?
    It's not a bug, it's a feature !

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    I might add this suggestion as well (or if it is already in it, the question of how te reproduce it) :

    Can you telle the script to hold a key down for a fixed amount of time ? That way we could automaticly move or chars as well !

    ( I know this is on the brink of botting, so I'd advise everyone to do this on their own risk)

 

 

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