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    Default PInput - Interact with any OSRS client without taking over I/O units

    PInput

    Pinput is both an include and a plugin which allows you to interact with any OSRS game client without the need of having it focused, nor taking over your I/O units.
    It uses @Kasi's KInput to achieve this (read more about his post if you want to know how it works and how to compile it).

    The plugin offers a high level interface to KInput, so you can do basic things like moving/pressing the mouse and using the keyboard more easily without having to know what events and in which order you need to send them into the client.

    The include is just a wrapper around the plugin with the following features:
    • Automatic PID discovery using target window (thanks @slacky)
    • Multi-boxing (send the same action to mwith the ability to index certain clients when needed)
    • Override Simba's Mouse and Keyboard functions, so you can use this in any script by adding a few amount of lines to it.


    Sounds great, but how do I start using it?

    How to set it up:


    Things needed:


    After downloading everything:
    1. Drag KInput.dll and PInput.dll to the Plugins folder in Simba (for me C:\Simba\Plugins)
    2. Extract the source code to the Includes folder in Simba (for me C:\Simba\Includes)
    3. Rename the extracted folder to PInput


    How to use it:


    I think is better to show a few examples rather than trying to explain what you need to do

    Basic setup:
    Simba Code:
    program new;

    {$include PInput/PInput.simba}

    procedure Stop();
    begin
      PInput.Shutdown(); // Make sure you shutdown PInput
    end;

    var
      X, Y: Integer;
    begin
      PInput.Setup(78952); // Setup PInput for client with PID 78952
      PInput.OverrideSimba := false; // Don't override Simba Mouse and Keyboard functions
      PInput.MoveMouse(580, 230);
      PInput.HoldMouse(580, 230, mouse_Left);
      PInput.MoveMouse(700, 400);
      sleep(10);
      PInput.ReleaseMouse(700, 400, mouse_Left);
      PInput.SendKeys('hey', 30, 30);
      PInput.PressKey(13);
      PInput.SendKeys('hey', 30, 30);
      PInput.GetMousePos(X, Y);
      WriteLn(X, ' ', Y);
      Stop();
    end.

    Basic setup with a single client with automatic PID discovery (Make sure you target a window!):
    Simba Code:
    program new;

    {$include PInput/PInput.simba}

    procedure Stop();
    begin
      PInput.Shutdown(); // Make sure you shutdown PInput
    end;

    begin
      PInput.Setup(); // Setup PInput. Grabs the PID of the target window.
      PInput.OverrideSimba := false; // Don't override Simba Mouse and Keyboard functions
      PInput.MoveMouse(580, 230);
      PInput.HoldMouse(580, 230, mouse_Left);
      PInput.MoveMouse(700, 400);
      sleep(10);
      Stop();
    end.

    As you may have guessed, if you do:
    Simba Code:
    PInput.OverrideSimba := true;
    PInput will override Simba's Mouse and Keyboard functions. (Only works when using one client, is enabled by default when only one client is used.)

    Basic multi-box:
    Simba Code:
    program new;

    {$include PInput/PInput.simba}

    procedure Stop();
    begin
      PInput.Shutdown(); // Make sure you shutdown PInput
    end;

    var
      X, Y: Integer;
    begin
      PInput.Setup([78952, 78951, 78953]); // Setup PInput for clients with PID 78952, 78951, 78953
      PInput.MoveMouse(580, 230); // Makes all clients move their mouses

      PInput.HoldMouse(0, 580, 230, mouse_Left); // Makes the first client hold his mouse
      PInput.MoveMouse(0, 700, 400); // Makes the first client move his mouse
      sleep(10);
      PInput.ReleaseMouse(0, 700, 400, mouse_Left); // Makes the first client release his mouse
      PInput.SendKeys(1, 'hey', 30, 30); // Makes the second client send 'hey'
      PInput.PressKey(1, 13); // Makes the second client press enter
      PInput.GetMousePos(X, Y); // Gets the mouse of all clients (the first client)
      WriteLn(X, ' ', Y);
      Stop();
    end.

    Notes:


    • Only works with Windows because it uses Windows API


    I hope you all enjoy using this project as much as I enjoyed creating it! Learned a bunch, and got more familiar with both Windows API and JNI thanks to @Kasi and his KInput plugin.

    This release has been verified working 22th September 2018
    Last edited by Patriq; 09-24-2018 at 02:00 AM. Reason: Added canvas re-grabbing, so remove that info from notes.

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    First! GZ on release.

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    Looks pretty neat, ty Patriq and Kasi.
    I'm personally not botting rs anymore but you can still get in touch with me via discord. I'm "acow" in the srl discord.

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    Instead of overriding all of the simba functions you should just add TEIOS support to kinput.

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    Doing that as we speak

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    Thanks very much, this helped me so much. ATM, i have a script to start SMART, a script to grab the PID from the target window, and a script which logs in and bots. Very very basic code, but it works. If anyone would like me to share this/or help me make this three scripts in one, then let me know thanks.

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    Very nice work!

    Is it possible for this to work on certain RSPS jar executable files?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombified View Post
    Very nice work!

    Is it possible for this to work on certain RSPS jar executable files?
    If anyone is wondering, the answer is in the first line of the post: a plugin which allows you to interact with any OSRS game client

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    Quote Originally Posted by felparers View Post
    If anyone is wondering, the answer is in the first line of the post: a plugin which allows you to interact with any OSRS game client
    Like runelite? So it wont work with jar then any way to modify it to work for rsps?

    Also any way to make this work with linux? Will wine make it work for linux?

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    Looks cool will try this soon thanks.

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    To anyone wondering who may come across this in the future.

    I was having issues with this and two pieces of information i want to share that I learned from the Patriq the developer(thanks boss you're the man)
    the first bullet was critical to solving my problem, the second is more along the lines of trivia.


    1. THE RUNESAPE CLIENT MUST BE 32bit!!! a 64bit client WILL NOT WORK
    2. while pinput isn't "just for OSRS" it still has restrictions (beyond working only on windows which is already mentioned) namely
    "It [the window targeted by pinput] needs to be a jre window with a canvas in it[.] So it won't work for notepad for example"

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    I'm really surprised how far the community has gone to help people that aren't using S.M.A.R.T.
    Bravo.

    The End Awaits. . .

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