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    [Autoit Crap] AutoSell with Blacklist

    Hey Guys,
    i just wanna share my simple AutoSell script.
    It sells all items except these one on blacklist.

    The gui of the blacklist is made with java, so you need java for that part.
    The script self is made in autoit... i hate this script language but i wanted to see fast results and it would take too much time for me to make this in a .net language.

    1. Start autosell.exe
    2. Click "Saved Slots"
    3. Click on some slots for taking them into blacklist
    4. Close that window
    5. Click "Adjust"
    6. Press F6 on the first Slot (left, top) in your inventory
    7. Press F6 on the last slot (right, bottom) in your inventory
    8. Click "Hide ToolTip"
    9. Talk to any Vendor and press F6

    PS: All Settings are saved at %appdata%/Roming/autosell/
    This was 30 minutes work and its very simple but it works very well.
    Source is included.

    This program is made for, please dont share it on other sites.
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