15 Jul 2020, 21:33 PMTSUSUN
Wikipedia gives a vague description on whether scripting is cheating. It says it may or may not be... Who decides? And what do they mean by replicable? Autohotkey just sends a series of keys and mouseclicks. That is replicable by a human. It can also read information from the screen, this is also replicable by a human. Nothing in my script does anything a human couldn't replicate.
Also Wikipedia, Cheating in online games:
My AHK script is doing neither of those. I would say AHK is not considered cheating as long as Relic says it's okay to use.
But I do agree it can give people an unfair advantage. But so does having a faster internet connection, a smoother gaming mouse, gaming keyboard, etc..etc... or just a faster human brain
Bruh, you asked when people think AHK is considered cheating. Someone gives you a reply that implies what you're doing may be cheating, and you say "that's not cheating, its only an unfair advantage." There's the law, and then there's the spirit of the law. It should be common sense that anything conferring unfair advantages is cheating. If all you want to do is defend your use of AHK, what's the point of opening this thread?