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Re: Guide: AutoHotkey for Faster Editing

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But that is already claimed for selecting text to the same spot on the adjacent text row.
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Sorry, I meant Ctrl. Although, that's probably used as well.
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Well, in general ctrl is used for moving the cursor wordwise. But ctrl-up and ctrl-down seems to be clear.
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henke37 wrote:The ideal shortcut would be one to make it possible to type away for several frames in a row without using the mouse. Even if said frames have different characters.
That's what I was hoping to do, but you have to select things with your mouse to achieve that: you can't open up certain dialogues with the Firefox keyboard shortcuts, to my knowledge. Correct my if I'm wrong. Therefore, the shortcuts I HAVE been able to make, given the limitations, are (these are all by keyboard):

1. Setting the text color.
2. Setting text voice.
3. Setting text speed (as shown in the tutorial).
4. Merging a bunch of frames.
5. Adding frames by keyboard.

I also messed around with some custom Javascript shortcuts which let me do MORE things, such as adding a frame to the very bottom, typing in a frame to go to, closing all frames, saving the script, etc. Still, though, I haven't found a good way to navigate through the characters, animations and such without the use of the mouse.

The only solution I can think of is if the mouse always clicked on a specific location, so you had to assure that the textbox you were currently working on was there. For example, the mouse will always select the bottom frame. It's not kosher, as in, it can easily work poorly for various reasons, but it might be the best solution I can think of for now.
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AUTOCLICKER

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Hi,


I want to click 10 times in one second when I'm in game which can't be done when clicking manually I found multiple of websites online selling auto clicker could anyone please guide the best one from the below list.

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Re: AUTOCLICKER

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JollyRoy wrote: Mon Oct 25, 2021 7:59 am Hi,


I want to click 10 times in one second when I'm in game which can't be done when clicking manually I found multiple of websites online selling auto clicker could anyone please guide the best one from the below list.

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I've removed the links to prevent advertising for shady websites. Why exactly do you want to click 10 times in one second, for AAO?
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I suggest you ask on a dedicated minecraft forum. This topic is about something else entirely.
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Re: AutoHotkey for Faster Editing

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