So to auto battle, download this: http://www.autoitscript.com/site/autoit/downloads/
In the autoitv3 folder, then in the extras folder, then in the browse extras folder, choose the AU3Recorder, which is the tool that you will need. When you open it, it will look something like this:
Choose the BD opponent you want to battle and get to the screen where the button shows "Fight." Make sure your screen is at a small enough size so that you don't have to scroll at all during battle. From there, hit the record button on AU3Record. Then, go through the battle as you normally would, starting at the screen with the "fight" button and then click "stop recording" once you have finished the battle by hitting "Play Again."
After you have hit stop recording, you should have a series of mouse clicks recorded like this:
What this is is the series of recorded mouseclicks from your battle. Next, you need to add the code to add a delay between each of mouseclicks and also add a loop so that it will repeat. Save this file and then open it up in Notepad or Notepad++ and edit the code so that it resembles this:
Obviously, change the amount of time in your mouseclick delay based on what needs to be done and how much lag there is because during laggy times, something like choosing weapons can take a while.
Next, you just need to save your code and get to your BD page at the "Fight" button page and start the script that you saved.
And this is the guide on how to battle using a macro, if you have any questions, feel free to ask
Good job, thanks for this helpful guide ^^
Anyone think/know if this method is detectable by TNT? Or would using this wisely be enough to skate by?
My thought is that it wouldnt be detectable unless used in excess. I mean, personally, I try to do a number of battles and change the time between pauses. But I am working on seeing if there is a command to make the time waited between clicks random
is it safe
There is no way to be certain, but being that it is using true mouseclicks, I'd say it is safe if it isnt used in excess
Can you explain me how I can run the script when I finished?? because I already finished and I don't how to start the script D:
thanks Zach, I am gonna look into that. and to run it, find where you saved the script and double click it