In "a certain online game", I have four different attacks, currently bound to keys X, C, V and B.
Using them in that order increases their effect. I.e X makes enemies more vulnerable to C, and so on (it doesn't wrap).
Each time I use a different one of these, it adds to a counter. When that counter reaches five, I can use a more powerful skill, mapped to N, up to 8 times.
So, for instance a good attack might be X C V B V N N N N N N N N. Rinse and repeat.
That sounds very simple, but the game has some bot detectors. Is there a gratis program that can somewhat randomize these keystrokes? At the very least, a random delay between each keystroke, which looks convincingly human.
Also, I don't mind repeating some of the X C V B on sending only 5, 6, or 7 of the maximum 8 Ns.
optional : X C V B V N N N N N N N N acceptable: X C V B V N N N N N N X X C V V B V N N N N N N N N N
In fact, although using X C V B in that order is optimal, I don;t mind any 5 (or a few more) random selections, until 5 different have been used and the more powerful N can be used.
I am not sure if this is a separate question, as they as so closely related, feel free to edit. But, I hope that one auto-key program can handle both.
I also have skill buffs, which add or enhance skills. Each buff lasts for X seconds, then cannot be activated for a further Y seconds, where X and Y vary per skill. I would like to be able to automatically activate these skills and keep them active by reactivating after the cool-down period. Again, a little randomness, would be nice, as much as 10% would be a major improvement, as I invariably forget to refresh my buffs.
On reflection, the second part of this question is more valuable than the first, but I am too lazy to edit it :-)
It should, of course, be possible to toggle these key sequences. Bonus if they can function per app.
Gamers - what do you use?