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On 7/15/2018 at 10:37 PM, IDontEB said:

Create an algorithm for a line, use that algorithm to determine all the x,y points between the start and finish. Create AWT MouseEvents for every point on the line and use getBot().sendAppletEvent(); to send them to the client.

Yo, I tried to make a basic proof of concept:

int x = 12;

@Override
public int onLoop() {
    log("loop");

    x++;
    int y = 172;

    getBot().sendAppletEvent(new MouseEvent(getBot().getCanvas(),
            MouseEvent.MOUSE_MOVED,
            System.currentTimeMillis(),
            MouseEvent.NOBUTTON,
            x, y,
            0,
            false));

    return 500;

But when I run this, nothing happens. Im debugging mouse position and mouse trail, but it stays at -1, -1. Logging just keeps saying "loop" without exceptions.

What am I doing wrong?

 

Edit:

This did work:

getBot().getMouseEventHandler().generateBotMouseEvent(MouseEvent.MOUSE_MOVED, System.currentTimeMillis(),
        0, x, y, 0, false, MouseEvent.NOBUTTON, true);

Might be inefficient for entire paths though, not sure if this is the right way to do it.

Edited by ChrisJ
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