holic 81 Report Share Posted September 3 Hey all, Since DB3 officially supports custom mouse algorithms I thought I would port over a classic one: WindMouse. WindMouse was written by BenLand100 for SCAR some years back (maybe 10 years?) and has been used on so many damn bots throughout the years because it functions really well so it only seemed right to bring it here. In the source code below, there are two implementations of WindMouse: Point windMouse(int x, int y) Which comes directly from the SMART github with minor adjustments to work with DB3.Better in fixed mode. void windMouse2(Point point) My tweaked version from years back that supports all screen sizes.I've added a random point between the original and the destination point if the distance between them is large to feel more human but has a 50% chance of happening. By default my implementation is the active algorithm (as it handles all sizes), swap the comments in handleMovement to change to the original. To use it, simply add the file WindMouse.java to your project and add the following to your onStart method: Client.getInstance().setMouseMovementAlgorithm(new WindMouse()); All credits go to Benjamin J. Land a.k.a. BenLand100 WindMouse.java: /** * WindMouse from SMART by Benland100 * Copyright to Benland100, (Benjamin J. Land) * * Prepped for DreamBot 3 **/ import org.dreambot.api.Client; import org.dreambot.api.input.Mouse; import org.dreambot.api.input.mouse.algorithm.MouseMovementAlgorithm; import org.dreambot.api.input.mouse.destination.AbstractMouseDestination; import org.dreambot.api.methods.Calculations; import org.dreambot.api.methods.input.mouse.MouseSettings; import java.awt.*; import static org.dreambot.api.methods.MethodProvider.sleep; public class WindMouse implements MouseMovementAlgorithm { private int _mouseSpeed = MouseSettings.getSpeed() > 15 ? MouseSettings.getSpeed() - 10 : 15; private int _mouseSpeedLow = Math.round(_mouseSpeed / 2); private int _mouseGravity = Calculations.random(4, 20); private int _mouseWind = Calculations.random(1, 10); @Override public boolean handleMovement(AbstractMouseDestination abstractMouseDestination) { //Get a suitable point for the mouse's destination Point suitPos = abstractMouseDestination.getSuitablePoint(); // Select which implementation of WindMouse you'd like to use // by uncommenting out the line you want to use below: //windMouse(suitPos.x, suitPos.y); //Original implementation windMouse2(suitPos); //Tweaked implementation return distance(Client.getMousePosition(), suitPos) < 2; } /** * Tweaked implementation of WindMouse * Moves to a mid point on longer moves to seem a little more human-like * Remove the if statement below if you'd rather straighter movement * @param point The destination point */ private void windMouse2(Point point) { Point curPos = Client.getMousePosition(); if (distance(point, curPos) > 150 && Calculations.random(1)==1) { Point rp = randomPoint(point, curPos); windMouse2(curPos.x, curPos.y, rp.x, rp.y, _mouseGravity, _mouseWind, _mouseSpeed, Calculations.random(5, 25)); sleep(10, 150); } windMouse2(curPos.x, curPos.y, point.x, point.y, _mouseGravity, _mouseWind, _mouseSpeed, Calculations.random(5, 25)); _mouseGravity = Calculations.random(4, 20); _mouseWind = Calculations.random(1, 10); _mouseSpeed = Calculations.random(_mouseSpeedLow, MouseSettings.getSpeed()); } /** * Tweaked implementation of WindMouse by holic * All credit to Benjamin J. Land for the original. (see below) * * @param xs The x start * @param ys The y start * @param xe The x destination * @param ye The y destination * @param gravity Strength pulling the position towards the destination * @param wind Strength pulling the position in random directions * @param targetArea Radius of area around the destination that should * trigger slowing, prevents spiraling */ private void windMouse2(double xs, double ys, double xe, double ye, double gravity, double wind, double speed, double targetArea) { double dist, veloX = 0, veloY = 0, windX = 0, windY = 0; double sqrt2 = Math.sqrt(2); double sqrt3 = Math.sqrt(3); double sqrt5 = Math.sqrt(5); int tDist = (int) distance(xs, ys, xe, ye); long t = System.currentTimeMillis() + 10000; while (!(Math.hypot((xs - xe), (ys - ye)) < 1)) { if (System.currentTimeMillis() > t) break; dist = Math.hypot((xs - xe), (ys - ye)); wind = Math.min(wind, dist); if ((dist < 1)) { dist = 1; } long d = (Math.round((Math.round(((double) (tDist))) * 0.3)) / 7); if ((d > 25)) { d = 25; } if ((d < 5)) { d = 5; } double rCnc = Calculations.random(6); if ((rCnc == 1)) { d = 2; } double maxStep = Math.min(d, Math.round(dist)); if ((dist >= targetArea)) { windX = (windX / sqrt3) + ((Calculations.random((int) ((Math.round(wind) * 2) + 1)) - wind) / sqrt5); windY = (windY / sqrt3) + ((Calculations.random((int) ((Math.round(wind) * 2) + 1)) - wind) / sqrt5); } else { windX = (windX / sqrt2); windY = (windY / sqrt2); } veloX += windX + gravity * (xe - xs) / dist; veloY += windY + gravity * (ye - ys) / dist; if ((Math.hypot(veloX, veloY) > maxStep)) { maxStep = ((maxStep / 2) < 1) ? 2 : maxStep; double randomDist = (maxStep / 2) + Calculations.random((int) (Math.round(maxStep) / 2)); double veloMag = Math.sqrt(((veloX * veloX) + (veloY * veloY))); veloX = (veloX / veloMag) * randomDist; veloY = (veloY / veloMag) * randomDist; } int lastX = ((int) (Math.round(xs))); int lastY = ((int) (Math.round(ys))); xs += veloX; ys += veloY; if ((lastX != Math.round(xs)) || (lastY != Math.round(ys))) { setMousePosition(new Point((int) Math.round(xs), (int) Math.round(ys))); } int w = Calculations.random((int) (Math.round((double) (100 / speed)))) * 6; if ((w < 5)) { w = 5; } w = (int) Math.round(w * 0.9); sleep(w); } if (((Math.round(xe) != Math.round(xs)) || (Math.round(ye) != Math.round(ys)))) { setMousePosition(new Point(((int) (Math.round(xe))), ((int) (Math.round(ye))))); } } /** * Internal mouse movement algorithm from SMART. Do not use this without credit to either * Benjamin J. Land or BenLand100. This was originally synchronized to prevent multiple * motions and bannage but functions poorly with DB3. * * BEST USED IN FIXED MODE * * @param xs The x start * @param ys The y start * @param xe The x destination * @param ye The y destination * @param gravity Strength pulling the position towards the destination * @param wind Strength pulling the position in random directions * @param minWait Minimum relative time per step * @param maxWait Maximum relative time per step * @param maxStep Maximum size of a step, prevents out of control motion * @param targetArea Radius of area around the destination that should * trigger slowing, prevents spiraling * @result The actual end point */ private Point windMouseImpl(double xs, double ys, double xe, double ye, double gravity, double wind, double minWait, double maxWait, double maxStep, double targetArea) { final double sqrt3 = Math.sqrt(3); final double sqrt5 = Math.sqrt(5); double dist, veloX = 0, veloY = 0, windX = 0, windY = 0; while ((dist = Math.hypot(xs - xe, ys - ye)) >= 1) { wind = Math.min(wind, dist); if (dist >= targetArea) { windX = windX / sqrt3 + (2D * Math.random() - 1D) * wind / sqrt5; windY = windY / sqrt3 + (2D * Math.random() - 1D) * wind / sqrt5; } else { windX /= sqrt3; windY /= sqrt3; if (maxStep < 3) { maxStep = Math.random() * 3D + 3D; } else { maxStep /= sqrt5; } } veloX += windX + gravity * (xe - xs) / dist; veloY += windY + gravity * (ye - ys) / dist; double veloMag = Math.hypot(veloX, veloY); if (veloMag > maxStep) { double randomDist = maxStep / 2D + Math.random() * maxStep / 2D; veloX = (veloX / veloMag) * randomDist; veloY = (veloY / veloMag) * randomDist; } int lastX = ((int) (Math.round(xs))); int lastY = ((int) (Math.round(ys))); xs += veloX; ys += veloY; if ((lastX != Math.round(xs)) || (lastY != Math.round(ys))) { setMousePosition(new Point((int) Math.round(xs), (int) Math.round(ys))); } double step = Math.hypot(xs - lastX, ys - lastY); sleep((int) Math.round((maxWait - minWait) * (step / maxStep) + minWait)); } return new Point((int) xs, (int) ys); } /** * Moves the mouse from the current position to the specified position. * Approximates human movement in a way where smoothness and accuracy are * relative to speed, as it should be. * * @param x The x destination * @param y The y destination * @result The actual end point */ public Point windMouse(int x, int y) { Point c = Client.getMousePosition(); double speed = (Math.random() * 15D + 15D) / 10D; return windMouseImpl(c.x, c.y, x, y, 9D, 3D, 5D / speed, 10D / speed, 10D * speed, 8D * speed); } private void setMousePosition(Point p) { Mouse.hop(p.x, p.y); } private static double distance(double x1, double y1, double x2, double y2) { return Math.sqrt((Math.pow((Math.round(x2) - Math.round(x1)), 2) + Math.pow((Math.round(y2) - Math.round(y1)), 2))); } public double distance(Point p1, Point p2) { return Math.sqrt((p2.y - p1.y) * (p2.y - p1.y) + (p2.x - p1.x) * (p2.x - p1.x)); } public static float randomPointBetween(float corner1, float corner2) { if (corner1 == corner2) { return corner1; } float delta = corner2 - corner1; float offset = Calculations.getRandom().nextFloat() * delta; return corner1 + offset; } public Point randomPoint(Point p1, Point p2) { int randomX = (int) randomPointBetween(p1.x, p2.x); int randomY = (int) randomPointBetween(p1.y, p2.y); return new Point(randomX, randomY); } } Happy botting! 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Stoned 44 Report Share Posted September 3 Awesome work, thanks man! Will definitely give this a shot Quote Link to post Share on other sites

holic 81 Author Report Share Posted September 3 11 minutes ago, Stoned said: Awesome work, thanks man! Will definitely give this a shot Thanks, Stoned! But really all the thanks should go to BenLand100, wherever he is these days, as I just modified it to my liking and to be more human-like If anyone uses it in their scripts let me know, I'd love to see it in action. My script that uses it is simple so it's not a great demo. I have tested it thoroughly to make sure it works well, I just haven't seen it doing a lot of fast/complicated actions. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

Pixel_Life 9 Report Share Posted September 4 Really neat, thank you for sharing this! I added it to one of my private scripts that does have a lot of fast/complicated mouse actions. It's working great so far I can notice the mouse difference. I'm still rather new here so I haven't released any scripts yet but I plan to. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

holic 81 Author Report Share Posted September 4 1 hour ago, Pixel_Life said: Really neat, thank you for sharing this! I added it to one of my private scripts that does have a lot of fast/complicated mouse actions. It's working great so far I can notice the mouse difference. I'm still rather new here so I haven't released any scripts yet but I plan to. Excellent! Thanks, Pixel_Life. I'm glad to hear it's working great for you Quote Link to post Share on other sites

TheCloakdOne 152 Report Share Posted September 4 The good old days of SCAR! RIP Thanks for sharing dude holic 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites

LordJashin32 50 Report Share Posted September 19 Doesn't seem to work with login handler for me. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

holic 81 Author Report Share Posted September 19 6 hours ago, LordJashin32 said: Doesn't seem to work with login handler for me. It's been working just fine for me, haven't tried it today though. Is it just not moving or what? What's going on? Could be a client issue. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

LordJashin32 50 Report Share Posted September 19 (edited) 2 hours ago, holic said: It's been working just fine for me, haven't tried it today though. Is it just not moving or what? What's going on? Could be a client issue. Its on DB3. I know everything else works. I only changed that one line of code. I disable the login handler to start with. Then manually with a button i enable it. Works fine with multi thread mouse setting, speed, hops, etc. But with that setmouse alg to that. it just poof no work. No error message or anything. It moves the mouse! But doesn't click. Which is awkward. EDIT: yeah it might be a db3 issue, idk. No console error messages though. Edited September 19 by LordJashin32 Quote Link to post Share on other sites

holic 81 Author Report Share Posted September 19 What did you change? Also setMousePos is just a wrapper function for Mouse#hop basically Quote Link to post Share on other sites

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