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  • AutoHotKey 1 tick prayer flick toggle/loop


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    Well I think that second click is too long. Why dont you record yourself doing one tick flicking using like jitbit or automacrorecorder. See the ms delay between the clicks

    I tried this out of curiosity and found interesting results.

     

    I recorded myself flicking successfully without the prayer ever dropping for a minute straight and used a program that records mouse clicks (records timings to a txt file) as well as recording my screen (and frame counting) to back up the scripts data.

     

    On AVERAGE, each 'cycle' was 1 game tick (almost exactly 600 ms) however they varied from 570ms to 630ms roughly and I didn't recognize any pattern...  I'm not even sure if this is scriptable at this point.

     

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    This happens because the server ticks are not always exactly 600 ms and it changes because of lag spikes / delays. Also for prayer flicking it's synced to 100 BPM (go to Google and search up metronome 100 BPM) and Google has a built-in metronome. It won't always be 100% accurate due to lag and whatnot.

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    On 11/3/2017 at 9:41 AM, EJupiter said:

    I tried this out of curiosity and found interesting results.

     

    I recorded myself flicking successfully without the prayer ever dropping for a minute straight and used a program that records mouse clicks (records timings to a txt file) as well as recording my screen (and frame counting) to back up the scripts data.

     

    On AVERAGE, each 'cycle' was 1 game tick (almost exactly 600 ms) however they varied from 570ms to 630ms roughly and I didn't recognize any pattern...  I'm not even sure if this is scriptable at this point.

     

    Any help would be appreciated.

    You're right, there is no "pattern" to detect unless you have perfect connection to the server. There is no such thing as a perfect 600ms tick unless you have really low latency (ping) to the server you are connected to, and it's not full of thousands of players (like World 2).

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    After tinkering for the past couple days i wanted to share this. i found that if i manually activate prayer/quick-prayer then use the following macro toggle timing on LGS (Logitech Gaming Software) right after game tick, i am able to afk pray flick for 5-10 minutes

     

    Left Button Down

    Left Button Up

    0.105 Sec Delay (105ms)

    Left Button Down

    Left Button Up

    This repeats after 485ms delay

     

    This is not perfect and duration relies on how close you activate to game tick. When de-sync or bad activation timing, i just un-toggle and re-toggle until it feels right.

     

    I hope this helps anyone out there

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    I know this is old, but I've managed to make a perfect 1tick prayer flicker using AHK, I've tested it running it for over 3 hours, doesn't lose a prayer point or miss a tick. 

    I'm not giving it away, but I'll give you a clue... 

    Stop trying to time it. You can't, you can use something else. That's all you get :)

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