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    Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    Things you need:
    Automator - Came with my Mac, and I'm pretty sure it is standard on all of them..

    Automator Virtual Input – Provides automator with the right-click function at a specified co-ordinate.

    SSPVP – Mod that allows you to auto-queue, join, and leave battlegrounds.

    All right, so first thing you are going to want to do is download SSPVP and put it into your WoW addons folder. This addon allows you to Auto-Queue and all that good stuff.

    Next install Automator Virtual Input, this program gives us some functions that we are going to need for automator, and even comes with a co-ordinate system to help us figure out the right place to click

    Open up Automator.

    The first thing we need to do is figure out how to automatically be able to queue and join battlegrounds.

    First step is to open up automator, and make a new workflow. I named mine "Boo". Click on Automator Virtual Input in the Library menu to the far left, and insert the Left Click Mouse at X,Y action. Now, position World of Warcraft (windowed mode btw) to the top left of your screen. Make sure nothing is obstructing the top left corner of it, and then insert co-ordinates for the mouse to click. I used x = 50, y = 100. This will click the screen and make World of Warcrat the active program.

    After insert a Pause Action. I used 3 seconds or 3000 milliseconds.

    Now, Get into a position where you can queue.

    Using the co-ordinate system in Automator Virtual Input, find the co-ordinates where the mouse can right-click on the bg queue person. Also make sure to go to an uncrowded area to queue. A good place to do this would be in Thunderbluff or the UC for Horde-side. What I do is wait for a battleground to end, and then base my coordinates off of the position where I end up after I leave the BG.

    Insert a Right Click at X,Y Action and insert those co-ordinates.


    Insert another Pause.

    Then insert the Run Virtual Input actions.

    Now Run the program!

    If you're co-ordinates are correct, the program should auto-queue for you.
    This is what mine looked like after I was finished.



    Now we need to figure out how to combine the Anti-AFK bot with the auto-queue. I still have not perfected this, and I hope some of you can help me perfect it, yet it still works for me.

    Open up Automator, and create a new workflow and specify a name for it as well. I named my workflow "Spooky" ^^. (Lame name I know) Naming the workflow is a vital step as you will see later on.

    Go to the Library panel to the left and click on Automator then select the Run Workflow Action. Select the Other option and search for your auto-queue workflow.

    Next, add a pause for a certain amount of time.

    Then insert a Run Applescript Action and input the good old AppleScript anti-afk bot which can be found throughout this forum. This is what I use at the moment.

    repeat 2 times
    tell application "System Events"
    tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    key code 49
    end tell
    delay (random number from 80 to 160)
    end repeat

    After this insert another Pause Action.

    Finally add another Run Workflow Action which runs itself. This is why you named your program at the beginning and not at the end.

    Here is what mine looked like.



    Hopefully you all learned something, and I hope someone can help me perfect this.

    Please leave comments, suggestions, and/or criticism. :wavey:

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    Flying Piggy = PROUD !!! Mac book pro owner and Mac whore .

    Great guide .

    +rep

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    If i wanted to return to finder while in windowed mode after activating wow would it look something like this?

    repeat 2 times
    tell application "System Events"
    tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    key code 49
    tell application "Finder" to activate
    end tell
    delay (random number from 80 to 160)
    end repeat

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    Glad you guys enjoyed it.

    This was posted by Reblmonkey in the other thread:

    -- do loop here (not shown)
    tell application "System Events"
    set front_process to name of first process whose frontmost is true
    tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    keystroke " "
    end tell

    tell application front_process to activate
    -- finish loop here (also not shown)
    I think you could use this with that other script if Im not mistaken.

    repeat 2 times
    tell application "System Events"
    set front_process to name of first process whose frontmost is true
    tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    keystroke " "
    end tell
    tell application front_process to activate
    delay (random number from 80 to 160)
    end repeat
    Last edited by maultron; 07-08-2007 at 04:00 AM.

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    Does this automator virtual need to be registered? It keeps on coming up with a ad screen and the game seems to highlight over the person but not actually doing the clicking..hmmn

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    No it doesn't need to be registered.

    You are going to have to find the right co-ordinates for the program to click.
    I haven't found a set way to do it, but you might want to try and zoom all the way in to first person view, and try it again.

    Hopefully that helps ya.

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    The Co-ords seem to be correct as the mouse is moving itself over the person, it just doesnt seem to be right clicking em as it should be =(

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    That's weird, I'll see if I can find a way to fix that.

    Btw, Did you have the Right Click Action?

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    "Right mouse click at point X,Y"

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    I cant get mine to interact with WoW.. =(

    I think im having the same problem as silentsim
    Last edited by shadowbladex; 07-09-2007 at 10:18 AM.


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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    do you think i could use automator as a powerlevel bot?

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    I cant get this to work perfectly. Seems like it either pops up with the nagging window asking me to register or the program wont repeat or something.

    Does anyone have a successful list of actions that uses the Non Registered Automator clicking program and that will Que, Anti AFK, and repeat for a long time so I can run it while at work/sleeping?

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    I am having problems with the loop feature. I can run both Spooky and Boo perfectly, but when combined Spooky will not run Boo for some reason (clicking AV master) during the loop. I have followed everystep you do and have even tinkered with it for awhile.

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    Re: Anti-AFK Bot for Mac using Automator

    I was having the same issue and came up with a fix:

    After the first pause, put in an Automator Virtual Input "Move Mouse Point to X, Y"

    Set these coordinates to the same location as the right click.

    Insert another pause after that.

    Insert the "Right Click X, Y" Coordinates.


    The problem was that when it would click the WoW window to go back into the game from starting the workflow, it wouldn't register the cursor right for some reason without moving the mouse. The new action of moving the mouse after the window-in fixes that problem, at least for me.

    Hope this helps.

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