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Hello,

i want to make a farm macro with a moving loop, but i have trouble to get allways the same starting point. Is there a way to move to a specific x/y cordinate?

Aside from that is it possible to , hold the right mouse button and move with the mouse to the left and right and get it recorded?

Thanks in advice and sorry for my english :)


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Is there a way to move to a specific x/y cordinate?
It depends on some of the game features and how you move in the game. Most of the answers to your questions can be found in the documentation threads (here: viewforum.php?f=135; you'll mainly be using "instructions" in the beginning). If you click to move then you can use "mouse.click at coordinate"...and then you'll move to that location. If the game has a minimap with coordinates, you can also use that to move. If you explain the situation in more detail, we can help you with a more specific answer.

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hold the right mouse button and move with the mouse to the left and right and get it recorded?
Not sure what you mean by "get it recorded", but if you look at the documentation under instructions-->mouse, then you will see one for hold and quite a few for move. The "mouse.hold button" can be used for left or right. You can choose any of the move instructions that you think would be best, but let's say you chose "mouse.move in direction". The you can choose how many pixels to move the left then do it again for right.

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