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[NEED]Software like UBOT but for software automation instead of web automation

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by Pwnageboy, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. Pwnageboy

    Pwnageboy Regular Member

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    Hi!

    My question is pretty simple yet complex.

    I am looking for software that is able to automate other software.
    So like you have UBOT now for webautomation i want to know if there exists a software that can actually automate software.

    I really don't know where to look for this kind of software.

    If some one has the right terms for me to search on or even the name of software like that i would be so happy.
     
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    tompots Elite Member Premium Member

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    Try Do it Again, you would have to place the software in the same corner of the screen, that you made the recording with, when you run it.
    Code:
    http://www.spacetornado.com/DoItAgain/
    
     
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  3. Pwnageboy

    Pwnageboy Regular Member

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    Thnx for your reply.

    I am not looking for software to create a macro. I am looking for software that can "minimize" my macro.

    If i give a command like:
    On active window: Click mouse on X: 391 Y: 399

    I want to be able to let my bot do that, while im for example am searching the web. I don't want my bot to claim my complete PC because it needs the window active to do it's things.
     
  4. sockpuppet

    sockpuppet Junior Member

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    you need to run your target programm and bot inside a virtual machine, like http://virtualbox.org
    some sort of powerful pc would be kind of useful for this, obviously ;)
     
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    Have you considered trying zenobot? It's being sold here at bhw by the way.
     
  6. GoTRooT

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    Macro Sceduler


    https://www.mjtnet.com/index.htm


    This program is pretty amazing, record all your tasks them edit the code down to optimise.


    A few years back I made a shit ton by automating a data entry job with this software, good times.


    (I do not work for them)
     
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  7. Pwnageboy

    Pwnageboy Regular Member

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    I am going to try out #4 later.

    So far ive seen now that is what i need! :)

    Gotta find a new pc though.. sold my perfect machine a while ago because of money trouble..
    Would love to have that PC back. Could run a couple of em than.

    Thanks for the tip!

    As for the macro sceduler, it is still window based.

    Thanks yall!

    There is one question that remains.

    Is it possible to create a bot "in" software anyways? Or doesn't that kind of software exist?
     
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  8. lnietob

    lnietob Newbie

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    I will try as well this software, looks interesting!
     
  9. rashedhns

    rashedhns Junior Member

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    I suppose decent vb.net programming knowledge can do this . You just should use on_Click event.
     
  10. boydsmith

    boydsmith Newbie

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    You can use Autohotkey, its free.
     
  11. fatboy

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    Winautomation may be able to help as well, as may AutoIT