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    Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    This is for Macintosh only!

    Macintosh comes with AppleScript installed. And AppleScript is all you need for this to work, so no third-party apps needs to be installed.

    Open up Script Editor and make a new script.

    Paste the following code into it:

    Code:
    repeat X times
    	tell application "System Events"
    		tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    		key code 49
    	end tell
    	delay Y
    end repeat
    Replace X with how many times you want the loop to be run, that is how many times you want your char to be jumping. Replace Y with how long between the jumps in seconds.

    If you set X = 10 and Y = 7, your char will jump 10 times with 7 seconds between jumps. Not really useful. But if you scale Y up to something near half an hour, you got yourself an Anti-AFK bot, running for X*Y seconds.

    You may want to "random-up" Y. So as not to be too predictable. Half an hour in seconds is 1800, so you might want this script:

    Code:
    repeat 10 times
    	tell application "System Events"
    		tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    		key code 49
    	end tell
    	delay (random number from 1200 to 1800)
    end repeat
    The above code will make your char breake AFK 10 times with 20-30 minutes between jumps.

    Script Editor can save the above script as an application. Here is a step-by-step:

    1: Open Script Editor (Applications/AppleScript/Script Editor)
    2: Copy/Paste code from above
    3: Save (Choose "application" in "File Format"
    4: Run your sparkly new anti-AFK bot.
    5: Profit

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    Re: ****-easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    SICK! Plus rep
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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Woot, I gotta try this out
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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Very nice but can you list the commands for someone like me who wants to remain Shadowmelded? I'd love one that just does a quick left and right button press to ward off AFK.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    You cant applescript movement, for some reason. The char will just not move. Other than jumping.

    Whispering yourself might also break AFK. Im just waiting to go AFK to test that.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Thank you I would love to see some more mac bots.
    +Rep

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    You can also make your character go forward instead of jumping by using the following modified script:

    Code:
    repeat 10 times
    	tell application "System Events"
    		tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    		keystroke "w"
    	end tell
    	delay (random number from 1200 to 1800)
    end repeat
    The movement is very slight, as the key is only pressed for a split second, so you will probably not notice your character moving at all. It is, though.

    Cheers!

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Wouldn't it be possible to make a mac glider using applescipt?
    I mean instead of telling it to jump you could tell your character to hit tab to select the nearest enemy then hit 1 to attack. There would be problems with range and direction but I am sure they could be fixed over time.
    Just a thought if anyone does try this post your results. I think it would be very interesting.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Very Nice indeed, This will help me alot.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    This is my variation on the AFK script for Mac.
    Code:
    -- 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)
    This script keeps you from AFKing, and returns you to whatever application you were in before. So, say you were in Safari browsing MMOwned... it would switch to Warcraft, jump, and switch back to Safari in an instant. This is the script I use in my WoWMenu app. It's really useful when you are actually *at* the computer but don't want to deal with staying logged in.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    hi guys.

    this is my first post and im sorry if i sound dumb or anything.

    just started using this and im wondering if there is any way to get applescript
    to right click my target and run this at the same time.

    if so, if you use sspvp and this code wouldnt it be a perfect afk bot?

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Just a note, you are circumventing the WoW anti-AFK device (breaking Terms of use) so if you get caught its gonna be the standard 3 hour ban, and then 3 days, etc. etc. GMs certainly wont be able to tell the difference between a bot and your Mac script.

    I find that jumping is kinda sketchy, just open and close your bag every couple of minutes, preferably with a random delay.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Originally Posted by Sturm
    Just a note, you are circumventing the WoW anti-AFK device (breaking Terms of use) so if you get caught its gonna be the standard 3 hour ban, and then 3 days, etc. etc. GMs certainly wont be able to tell the difference between a bot and your Mac script.

    I find that jumping is kinda sketchy, just open and close your bag every couple of minutes, preferably with a random delay.
    I can't confirm this as i've never tried to prevent from going AFK by opening and closing my bags, but if this indeed works.. here is a modified version of the applescript (assuming your 'open bags' button is bound to the letter 'b' on your keyboard):

    Code:
    repeat
    	tell application "System Events"
    		tell application "World of Warcraft" to activate
    		keystroke "b"
    	end tell
    	delay (random number from 230 to 290)
    end repeat

    By the way, reblmonkey- Your Wowmenu app is amazing. I love the fishing bot! You've done a very nice job with it I got my fishing from 1-375 in 1 weekend and made tons of gold from the savory deviate delights i farmed. The setup took a little while, but once i figured that out, it worked absolutely flawlessly.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Gahh this is awesome, I love all teh mac shit. xD props lad

    Also the opening and closing bags one doesnt work :S
    Last edited by giomooks; 07-25-2007 at 06:39 AM.

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    Re: Easy Mac Anti-AFK bot

    Could someone plz post a code that makes you right click a target? Thanx

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