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Topic review - Roulette bot version 2
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  Post subject:  Re: Roulette bot version 2  Reply with quote
Well, he doesn't use new/separate macros in the original; he uses functions instead...

...But the problem you're having is you are missing one of the elements to "Macro.Execute new passing 1 argument." There are 5 elements to that instruction and you only have 4, so it will not parse or save it until you fix that. The parts within the parenthesis should be:
1 - The new macro name
2 - The category where to find the new macro <--you're missing this one
3 - Whether or not to wait for the macro to finish
4 - The new variable name
5 - The new value for that variable

If you want to use separate macros, you'll need to fix those lines with "Macro.Execute new passing 1 argument".

If you want to follow along with what he did, he used functions; Function.execute new.
Post Posted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 12:54 am
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Hi new to the forum and this coding need a little help if possible I have followed everything on the video exactly however im getting an error message from my line 2 and it wont save. can anyone assist pls. I have placed in bold the line im having problems with.

begin
Macro.Execute new passing 1 argument("Place bet", "yes", "amount","{currentBet}")
Macro.Pause("500")
Macro.Execute new passing 1 argument("Spin", "yes", "amount", "{currentBet}")
Macro.Pause("8000")
Macro.Execute new passing 1 argument("Check if we won", "yes", "won", "0")
end
if Variable.Is equal to("won", "0")
Begin
Variable.Multiply (Math)("currentBet", "2")
if Variable.Is greater than (Math)("currentBet", "{maxBet}")
begin
Variable.Set("currentBet", "{startingBet}")
end
end
if Variable.Is equal to("won", "1")
begin
Variable.Set("currentBet", "{startingBet}")
end


Thanks for any assistance in advance :)
Post Posted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 12:19 am
  Post subject:  Re: Roulette bot version 2  Reply with quote
Yes, Martingale.
I will double the bet every time after loosing.
The sequence remain always the same, basically a loop of 6 bets.
For example , if I loose on the first bet (red), I will double it on the black. If even the second one is unlucky, I will double the bet on the red, then again on the red and two time on the black (red, black, red, red, black, black).
I will return to bet the minimum bet at the first win.
Sorry for my bad English
Thank you
Post Posted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:45 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Roulette bot version 2  Reply with quote
It depends on when you want it to change looking for red or black.

- If you're still betting using the Martingale strategy (win=bet 1, lose=double bet), then do you want to change colors after a win or loss? This question will determine what you need to add and when. You'll basically just switch colors when you either reset the bet or when you double the bet...but I don't think you'll follow any logical pattern past doubling the bet once trying to add this to the Martingale.

- If you're saying you just want to follow the color pattern (1red,1black,2red,2black...) then that's a different macro. You should post a new thread and ask that question; don't want to hijack this Martingale strategy thread with a new strategy and you'll need to provide more information like how long does your pattern continue for (just after 2 of each color or like 10red/10black) and how are you betting (just 1 chip or amount each time or is there a increasing/decreasing betting strategy that goes along with this?
Post Posted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:33 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Roulette bot version 2  Reply with quote
Thank you so much for this code!
I would ask if it's possible add a sequence of bets following a pattern like this:

red
black
red
red
black
black

In my case, your code works with these instruction but I can't figure out how I can add that sequence:

Code:
 begin
     Variable.Set("bet", "{MinimumBet}")
     begin loop()
          Function.Execute("Place bet")
          Function.Execute("Check if we won")
          if  Variable.Is equal to("won", "yes")
               begin
                    Macro.Report progress("We won! Resetting bet")
                    Variable.Set("bet", "{MinimumBet}")
               end
          if  Variable.Is equal to("won", "no")
               begin
                    Macro.Report progress("We lost! Doubling bet")
                    Variable.Multiply (Math)("bet", "2")
                    if  Variable.Is greater than (Math)("bet", "{MaximumBet}")
                         begin
                              Macro.Report progress("Giving up and resetting bet")
                              Variable.Set("bet", "{MinimumBet}")
                         end
               end
     end
 end

function("Place bet")
     begin loop("{bet}")
          Mouse.Click at coordinate("605", "662", "left")
     end
     begin
          Mouse.Click at coordinate("708", "734", "left")
          Macro.Pause("900")
     end
function

function("Check if we won")
     begin
          Variable.Set("won", "no")
          if  Color.At coordinate is within (RGB range)("255", "253", "245", "5", "911", "730")
               begin
                    Mouse.Click at coordinate("909", "738", "left")
                    Variable.Set("won", "yes")
               end
     end
function


Could someone help me please?

Thanks a lot
Post Posted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 4:22 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Roulette bot version 2  Reply with quote
what is the use of roulette from?
Post Posted: Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:57 am
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Finally got it working and loving it, macro running smooth but trial ran out haha.

So easy to use once you get to grips with it
Post Posted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 8:08 pm
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slashgg2017 wrote:
^
Maam can you help me in fixing my script in other games?

Sure, post your questions.
Post Posted: Fri May 19, 2017 1:28 am
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^
Maam can you help me in fixing my script in other games?
Post Posted: Wed May 17, 2017 8:33 am
  Post subject:  Re: Roulette bot version 2  Reply with quote
Random pauses can be set by using, "Humanly.Pause("100", "200"). The pause time will be somewhere between those 2 numbers and different each time.

You can repeat a section of code in multiple ways, but the best way depends on what type of action. In general, I would say instead of using "begin" use "begin loop("2")" with a number in the parenthesis (like 2) and it will loop that many times. After the action, you can add a "macro.pause" or "humanly pause" to space out the loops a little bit.
Post Posted: Wed May 17, 2017 12:03 am

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