Okay, so. This is a major edit. Did the overhaul a while ago, but this should be 'far' easier than the previous version (also a lot less buggy, and easier to maintain for me).
First off, for all you Mac users: you have python and it is awesome. And we're going to use it.
Browse to: https://github.com/Matsy/WowHelper and download it. If you know how to use git, please clone it (and update). It will speed up the next updates.
Furthermore, you need to open your Terminal, and run this command:
Let it finish, and close Terminal.Code:sudo easy_install atomac
Now, go to System Preferences, Accessibility, and check the box that says: 'Enable access for assistive devices' (I'm on a Dutch OSX, so the exact terminology might be a bit different).
That's all the prerequisites to get this to run. Now for the actual application. It's a scripted application, so no more GUI (Sorry for everyone who thought this would be 'one-click wonder'. Maybe in the near future!
Now, in the terminal use the command:
(So, if you extracted it to /Users/mats/WowHelper useCode:cd path to where you extracted it
And run this command (make sure you have WoW running):Code:cd /Users/mats/WowHelper
This will press the key '4' every 4 seconds. You can edit the testscript to make it do different things. This is just a quick explanation. I'll work it out later.Code:python testscript.py