Well,I've been playing with some scripts today,and came on idea to make myself a bot that auto logs me in WoW.Now,you can use this script for any game with login system like this.
First of all,you need AutoIt v3
But,im assuming you already have one,and know basics.
Now,right click somewhere on desktop and go to New->AutoIt v3 Script.
After created,right click on the script icon and go Edit Script.
Once inside,codes should like like this
If lazy to write it yourself,just copy this...
Run("D:\World of Warcraft\WoW.exe")
IMPORTANT THINGS:MUST KEEP THE QUOTES('' ''),AND WHEN SAVING THE FILE SAVE IT AS Logon.au3
Also,choose to save it as .au3,the field below where you write file name,like here.
Now,Run("D:\World of Warcraft\WoW.exe") opens WoW.Of course,change the path to where your WoW.exe is.If it's on c/program files/wow/wow.exe,it should start like this
Run("C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\WoW.exe")
The next line is VERY important.
Sleep(15000) indicates the delay time,the time the script waits before it writes anything.Now,15000 = 15 seconds,so just write the number of seconds and add 3 zeros(000),BE CAREFUL,YOU WRITE THE AMOUNT OF SECONDS NEEDED FOR YOUR WOW TO LOAD,AND ADD A COUPLE MORE.Because,it if loads in 10 seconds,and your delay time is 7 seconds,it will start writing in username and pass,but it won't do any good,cuz it isn't loaded so it doesn't have where to write,yet.
Well that's fairly simple,just write in Send(''your username'')
must keep the quotes('')
If your username is abc,you are gonna write Send(''abc'')
This line just switches from username field down to password field
Well,same like username,just it's password :p
your password is 333,you are going to write Send(''333'')
Well,this just pushes the enter buttom for you to log on.
And that's it,really really simple.
Actually,I was amazed how easily this is too