# Autoclicker with Gaussian (Normal Distribution) Randomness

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Autoclicker with Gaussian (Normal Distribution) Randomness
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### The_EmpireNewcomer

Autoclicker with Gaussian (Normal Distribution) Randomness

I'm curious if such an autoclicker exists. I already know of autoclickers like Murgees that randomize your click location or click speed, but it uses a uniform randomness. It seems like a basic statistical analysis on Jagex's part could detect this.

Has anyone created an autoclicker that uses a normal distribution, either by specifying mean and standard deviation or total range. This seems like would much more realistically simulate a human clicking in game with a lower chance of detection, while not being that complex to program. I'm considering trying to do it in AHK myself with my limited experience, but I wanted to know if it already exists.

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### pur3andyMember

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I have one for personal use.
You can select a zone and assign the click position to be random within the zone. The click timings are also random between your set parameters (along with the chance of hitting a completely different random click timer). All parameters are dynamic and available to the user.

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Autoclicker with Gaussian (Normal Distribution) Randomness

Simba

Simple wait, There should be more wait functions but this always worked for me.
Mousebox randomly picks a coordinate within the box.

Code:
```program RareScripts;
const
minWait = 2000; //min sleep miliseconds
maxWait = 5000; //max sleep miliseconds

begin
mouseSpeed := 15+Random(2); //speed 15 +random 2
repeat
mousebox(IntToBox(X1, Y1, X2, Y2), mouse_left); //left click area box
wait(randomrange(minWait, maxWait)); //wait minWait, maxWait random
until(false);
end.```

If you want to click 100 times instead of a infinite loop:

Code:
```program RareScripts;
const
maxLoops = 100; //loops before stopping
minWait = 2000; //min sleep miliseconds
maxWait = 5000; //max sleep miliseconds

var
i:Integer;

begin
mouseSpeed := 15+Random(2); //speed 15 +random 2
repeat
mousebox(IntToBox(X1, Y1, X2, Y2), mouse_left); //left click area box
wait(randomrange(minWait, maxWait)); //wait minWait, maxWait random
inc(i);
until(i>=maxLoops);
end.```

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### jivvustMember

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Simba would be great if it were more accessible.
As a newbie reading the forums it feels like entering a jungle without a machette. Nothing makes any sense, there are layers upon layers upon layers of software and applications that need to be installed, customized and updated.

It also doesn't help there are almost no updated scripts on the forums. Most of them are 2-3 years old and non functional.

The premise is great, but only for those who already know what they're doing.

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### MirahiceNewcomer

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Even if you don't know what you are doing, They have updated tutorials on how to install and get it setup, And any of the scripting tutorials are still pretty much up to date, It isn't really a site where you go to just bot and go, They want people to learn and contribute.

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### DeclanogiaMember

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I tried to install Simba libraries but none worked for me tbh.

About AHK, can easly make weighted random distribution to simulate human like behaviour, been using in my scripts long time.

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### jivvustMember

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It's more complicated than that, especially for beginners. Tutorials are rarely updated and even the "fresh" ones are several years old, with some parts outdated and others poorly explained.

Literally 99% of all publicly available scripts are non-functional today, and need either major fixes or complete rewrites.

Reflection hooks almost never get updated, or, at best, get updated sporadically, by different people with no continuation. Currently, nobody uses reflection unless they know how to update hooks themselves, which takes another level of skillset.

Color has limitations and and challenges on it's own, but at least it's functional without months of training. So there's that.

Learning everything that's required to successfully bot with Simba from scratch, without being a seasoned programmer, is a steep uphill battle. It takes significant time and effort to understand what to do and how to do it to create even the most basic scripts. Anything more complicated will take weeks, if not months of hard effort. Lots of stick, not enough carrot.

At this point, for a beginner, I think it's better to learn basic Java and go with one of the major botting platforms. Tribot, Osbot, Runemate are better upkept and much better documented. Writing private scripts for yourself will achieve similar level of security (low banrate) and will help to learn skills that transition well into real life (Java programming).

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You could make one with RuneMate, though that's more of a full botting client.

double min = 69, max = 420;
harp.interact("Tune");
Execution.delay(Random.nextGaussian(min, max));

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### BurnleyGrand Master

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I use ReMouse and have got to 94 mage splashing, maxed meelee at NMZ with it on a 10 minute loop