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#10279561 Nov 12, 2014 at 10:38 PM · Edited over 4 years ago
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I found this cool software that allows you to keybinds and write customize script for mouse/keyboard.

1. Download and install the program:
http://www.autohotkey.com/

2. Here's the script I use to bind my right mouse button to 250 left clicks. Its great for buying sun beads/opening bags (think ToT bags)/ and consuming magic find.

3. Create the following script with .ahk file extension. You can use Notepad to create the file but be sure to save the file with .ahk extension. This script bind my Right mouse click to 250 left clicks (great for buying sunbeads with Karma).

#IfWinActive Guild Wars 2

RButton::
loop,250
{
send {LButton}
}
return

#IfWinActive
F12::Suspend


4. With GW2 runing, launch the script file with file extension .ahk. Right click on the file and select "Run Script" to launch the file. Once you're done using the macro/keybind, click F12 to suspend the script and continue to game as usual.

5. Have fun


*****WARNING****
Using macro to perform multiple tasks with one mouse button or keystroke IS NOT allowed in game. (i.e Right Mouse Click = Basilisk Venom + Clock and Dagger + Steal +Backstab on Thief combos). Here's a forum post by Anet which clarifies what's allowed in GW2:

Gaile Gray:
ArenaNet Support Liaison
As part of ArenaNet’s policy on third-party programs, we are often asked about multi-boxing and the use of macros. Here is our policy:
Macros
Guild Wars 2 players are permitted to use macros as long as the macros are programmed with a 1 key for 1 function protocol.
1. This means that if you program a macro, it must require one keystroke per action. You may not program a single key to perform multiple functions.
2. For example, if you Press A and it results in the casting of a single skill, you’re ok. If you Press A and it casts multiple spells, you’re not ok.
3. You cannot program a macro to perform the same or multiple actions on more than one account at a time.
4. You cannot program an “auto-clicker” macro that, for instance, opens chests while you play elsewhere.
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#10280931 Nov 13, 2014 at 08:25 AM · Edited 5 years ago
Shogun Council
441 Posts
I don't know if that program counts, but remember Anet does not allow the use of macros. If you want you can submit a support ticket and ask them if that program is okay to use


edit: I just submitted a ticket to double check. I would rather be safe then sorry
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#10281085 Nov 13, 2014 at 09:13 AM · Edited 5 years ago
Shogun Council
454 Posts
Yes, if 1 mouse click = 1 action or multiples of the same action

https://forum-en.guildwars2.com/forum/game/gw2/Do-you-use-macros
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#10282804 Nov 13, 2014 at 05:01 PM
Shogun Council
441 Posts
Okay, I heard back from support and they referred me to this: https://forum-en.guildwars2.com/forum/support/account/Policy-3rd-Party-Programs-Multi-Boxing-Macros

Basically, they said that they can't approve of any program. Then there "We cannot offer support if the third-party program impacts Guild Wars or Guild Wars 2 and, for instance, makes the game unplayable" So if for some reason that program fucks up your client, you are out of luck. And it kind of seems that even setting up something to open ToT bags, consume Luck, etc, is frowned upon. So use at your own risk. I don't want anyone here getting in trouble :)
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#10283477 Nov 13, 2014 at 10:25 PM · Edited 5 years ago
Shogun Council
454 Posts
Thanks for pointing that out Sophrix. Yes, use Silent's script at your own risk. DR is not liable for any damage to your game, computer and house that may caused by the script both unintentionally and on purpose =P.

Warning: Usage of this script may cause mild headache, acne on your left cheek if your're under 18 yrs old and reduction in testosterone level if you're over the age of 50+ (Tarnak stay away!!!!) =)
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