Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro

You never know when you're going to need an Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro. This macro, will keep you AFK for as long as you need, so you can go about doing other important things, like eating, smoking, or personal call of duties...

Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro

Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK MacroTo use this Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro, you will need to have AutoHotKey installed. Save the script below into any text editor, and save the file with any name, but change the extension of .txt to .ahk. Then double click the file you created to launch the AFK program. Press F7 to start, Number Pad Division ( / ) to pause, and F12 to exit.

This Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro will send 2 keys to the keyboard, W and S. In most cases, it will move you forward and back, but you can set it to any other keys, by editing the script below.

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Let us know what you think about this universal Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro, and if you can think of any improvements to it.

4 Responses to Easy AutoHotKey Anti-AFK Macro

  1. BadPapaWolf says:

    I cant get it to work

  2. Spitt says:

    The code is there, so that you can change the hotkeys to whatever you want. Alternatively, remap your keyboard in-game, so that the controls matchup to a specific action. You will ofc need AutoHotKey installed to run it.

  3. Mmoplayer42 says:

    Doesn’t work. Even when starting game and script as admin.

  4. Mmoplayer42 says:

    I see. I got it working. What I did was I took your idea and made the script into a sort a timed multi key press with a pause. This script is basicly made for any game with an afk kick feature. Instead of tieing this script to a single game I just made it work with the keyboard only. I’m no expert. Here is it.

    #Persistent
    SetTimer, PressTheKey, 11000
    Return

    PressTheKey:
    send, {w}
    send, {s}
    return

    NumPadDiv::pause

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