[AHK] Private Macro C-Bug

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#1
Em primeiro lugar Desculpe pelo uso do tradutor do google Risos .. Não tenho habilidades em inglês, caso alguma coisa não inclua Editar minha publicação ;)

Eu fiz esta macro AHK com a interface do Jeys
De uma Macro que ele publicou aqui há algum tempo
Mais minha versão e muito diferente, não tem limite de velocidade, é o cbug ultra rápido. Espero que vocês gostem

Alguns dizem que usá-lo tornou-se profissional nos servidores DM..

ON / OFF: [F2]
[video=youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7IV6e6PTFw[/video]
Créditos:
Jeys através de sua interface
Macro por FAM0ZiN
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Firstly Sorry for the use of google translator Laughter .. I do not have English skills, if anything does not include Edit my post;)

I made this AHK macro with the Jeys interface
From a Macro he published here a while ago
Plus my version is very different, there is no speed limit, it's the ultra fast cbug. Hope you like it

Some say using it has become professional on DM servers ..

ON / OFF: [F2]

Credits:
Jeys through its interface
Macro by FAM0ZiN
 

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mistery

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buggy, not accurate, useless
Source:

Gui, Add, GroupBox, x12 y9 w190 h80 , MACRO C-BUG By FAM0ZiN
Gui, Add, Button, x65 y29 w80 h20 , ON/OFF
Gui, Add, Button, x65 y59 w80 h20 , AJUDA
Gui, Show, x514 y276 h100 w214, [Faster C-Bug]
Return
OnOff = 0
Sleep = 5
GuiClose:
ExitApp
ButtonAJUDA:
MsgBox, 0, AJUDA, `n`Version 64bits`n`======================`n`CREDITOS: FAM0ZiN (Murilo.H)`n`SKYPE: famoz1n_samp`n`======================`n`Ativação/Desativação: F2`n`ON/OFF: F2`n`======================`n`
return
ButtonON/OFF:
if(OnOff == 0)
{
WinActivate GTA:SA:MP
OnOff = 1
return
}
else
{
OnOff = 0
}
return
#IfWinActive GTA:SA:MP
LButton::
if(OnOff == 1)
While GetKeyState("LButton", "P")
{
Click down Right
Sleep 1 , %Sleep%
click down Left
Sleep 1 , %Sleep%
click up Right
click up Left
Sleep 1 , %Sleep%
SendInput {vk43 down}
Sleep 1 , %Sleep%
SendInput {vk43 up}
Sleep 1 , %Sleep%
#noenv
setbatchlines -1
setkeydelay -1
}
return
F2::
if(OnOff == 0)
{
WinActivate GTA:SA:MP
OnOff = 1
return
}
else
{
OnOff = 0
}
return
 

Zin

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probably requires some kind of fpslimit to me it just looks like regular auto cbug but with more "fancy" activation.
 

HowEnCokkien

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Zin said:
probably requires some kind of fpslimit to me it just looks like regular auto cbug but with more "fancy" activation.
use fpslock mod, lock your fps on the 45. 45 fps is so useful for lagcomp.
 
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HowEnCokkien said:
use fpslock mod, lock your fps on the 45. 45 fps is so useful for lagshots.
Heard about it already.
Do you know why it's so useful? If so, can you explain to me, please?

If you could give the link to the fps lock mod would be good too...
 

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Macro cbug never will be better than cbug skills. Idk why you guys don't learn how to cbug properly, there aren't a good PUBLIC macro cbug
 

Zin

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True but you can easily make a cbug that presses C once you shoot so you only have to press 2 buttons so that allows you to cbug very fast much easier than using a macro to do everything for you.
 

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Dugaich said:
HowEnCokkien said:
use fpslock mod, lock your fps on the 45. 45 fps is so useful for lagshots.
Heard about it already.
Do you know why it's so useful? If so, can you explain to me, please?

If you could give the link to the fps lock mod would be good too...
GTA SA is designed to run at 30 fps. Going over 30 fps causes some glitches (for example game runs faster), one of them (not really a glitch) being that you can see fast cbugs. If a player has 80 fps and cbugs at you (and if you also have 80 fps) you will see 7/7 bullets. The thing is that at ~40 fps you will only see the first 2 or 3 bullets.
If I can explain lagshoot in a vulgar and easy way: you only get hit by what you see (what is streamed, what's on your screen, ...) So having 40 fps will nullify the bullets shot at you because you basically don't see them.


To lock your fps at 45 just go to your GTA:SA settings -> Video settings -> Advanced -> Set "Frame limiter" to on. Go back ingame and type /fpslimit [FPS]
 
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