I recently had a lot of crafting to do, so lots and lots of clicking on the craft button… after which my mouse started playing up
So, to save my mouse (and finger) from further grief, I made a quick and simple script using AutoIt. This script runs in the background before I start the game and appears in the system tray. This allows me to hold down CTRL when crafting and then click a single time to produce multiple clicks. Releasing the CTRL keys stops the clicking, so you can also click less than 30 times if you want to.
To close the background app, you can either do so from the system tray icon or by pressing Home + End at the same time on your keyboard.
AutoIt contains a packaging function, so I bundled the script into an executable for others to use as well (Windows only!). It comes in 2 flavours depending on what OS (32 or 64bit) you have…
Warning: The script operates on your computer system and will work regardless of whether you are in Boundless or not.
Here’s the source script for anyone wanting to modify it to suit their own needs…
#include <Misc.au3> Local $hDLL = DllOpen("user32.dll") While 1 If _IsPressed("11", $hDLL) Then While _IsPressed("11", $hDLL) If _IsPressed("01", $hDLL) Then While _IsPressed("11", $hDLL) Sleep(20) MouseClick("left") WEnd EndIf WEnd EndIf If _IsPressed("24", $hDLL) And _IsPressed("23", $hDLL) Then ExitLoop EndIf Sleep(200) WEnd DllClose($hDLL)