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Ok, i'm fairly new to this, and would love to be pointed in the right direction.

I am currently trying to macro a jump twice within 0.19ms, essentially it would be pressing space bar twice with each input taking 0.19ms AND THEN remapping it to my alt key or an alternative key, is this possible? Would really appreciate anyones help.

Here is the source code:

begin
Macro.Wait for current global loop execution time to exceed("190")
Keyboard.Press key("{<space>}")
Keyboard.Press key("{<space>}")
end

Where im getting lost is how to macro it to an actual key on my keyboard.


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Where im getting lost is how to macro it to an actual key on my keyboard.
It's called "triggers" in BEM; you can create triggers to start and stop a macro.

Triggers are on the left side (about in the midway down of program window) when you are creating or editing a macro. You'll need to click on the side tab to expand the triggers display. From there you can set any key (or combination) to start/stop a macro.

- there's also a tab at the top called "tools" in which you will find a tab for "keyfinder" that can help determine how to write/record special keys (to make sure you are calling it by the correct name). For example on my keyboard the left alt key is recognized by windows as "lmenu" and the right key is just "menu". You would also need to write it as: {<lmenu>} for it to work.

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Where im getting lost is how to macro it to an actual key on my keyboard.
It's called "triggers" in BEM; you can create triggers to start and stop a macro.

Triggers are on the left side (about in the midway down of program window) when you are creating or editing a macro. You'll need to click on the side tab to expand the triggers display. From there you can set any key (or combination) to start/stop a macro.

- there's also a tab at the top called "tools" in which you will find a tab for "keyfinder" that can help determine how to write/record special keys (to make sure you are calling it by the correct name). For example on my keyboard the left alt key is recognized by windows as "lmenu" and the right key is just "menu". You would also need to write it as: {<lmenu>} for it to work.


So I have a trigger set to alt + 1, but whenever i tab over to the game im playing, the macro doesnt register?


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Some games require you to use the virtual drivers to receive inputs. You may need to enable them in BEM under the settings tab.

Lot's of things you can try to figure out what's going on, like:
- check if it works with a program like notepad
- script some mouse movement and see if it responds in-game
*if those 2 work and you still can't the spacebar to go through then at least you know it's only keyboard strokes (and eliminates a whole bunch more). So, if it's still not working (but you got those 2 to work) then reply with the name of the game so I can look into it.

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Syrifina wrote:
Some games require you to use the virtual drivers to receive inputs. You may need to enable them in BEM under the settings tab.

Lot's of things you can try to figure out what's going on, like:
- check if it works with a program like notepad
- script some mouse movement and see if it responds in-game
*if those 2 work and you still can't the spacebar to go through then at least you know it's only keyboard strokes (and eliminates a whole bunch more). So, if it's still not working (but you got those 2 to work) then reply with the name of the game so I can look into it.


Its definitely the game, macro is working fine even on league of legends. The game is called Rumble Fighter, the macro will work in the chat, but when the game is launched input via macro pressing does not register, appreciate your help!


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Syrifina wrote:
Some games require you to use the virtual drivers to receive inputs. You may need to enable them in BEM under the settings tab.

Lot's of things you can try to figure out what's going on, like:
- check if it works with a program like notepad
- script some mouse movement and see if it responds in-game
*if those 2 work and you still can't the spacebar to go through then at least you know it's only keyboard strokes (and eliminates a whole bunch more). So, if it's still not working (but you got those 2 to work) then reply with the name of the game so I can look into it.


I got it to work, VD under compatibility for windows 7 and I'm good to go!


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This is can use in dmo macro


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I got it to work, VD under compatibility for windows 7 and I'm good to go!
Glad you got it working!

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