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PostPosted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:24 am 
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My question was more towards whether multiple characters could use the same running script, but i believe I was told that's not possible although I thought I read about one of the master scripters here doing that, anyway thank you for the response. I have a followup and I'll post it here instead of creating a new topic. I run several accounts simultaneously and I have an individual script for each account. I have created a pause Hotkey which works as designed and it does in fact pause all 9 scripts, is it not possible to have a secondary hotkey to restart all of them , or do I have to manually hit play/f9 on each one to restart them ? Also, and I don't know how to word this unfortunately but is it possible to code in the account specifics of each account directly into the script ? What happens is I launch each script seperately for each account, but then I have to manually step through Client Swap to set each script to the actual account for that script. What would be ideal is if each script already had the details and automatically ties each euo instance to the correct script as soon as they start ? Does this make sense, because I don't feel like I"m saying it correctly.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 12:22 am 
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No: One script is linked to one instance of EasyUO. How else would you distinguish betwheen lets say #LobjectID if your script runs with 3 chars?
You can however have open multiple times the same script in one instance of EasyUO and link each script-tab to another Client. I do that with my miners:
One EasyUO, One script, 3 times script opened, 3 Clients.

Also about the account-specifics: We already< told you how to store account-specific values and settings: viewtopic.php?p=432657#p432657
For sort of Auto-swapping to the correct script, you would have to go thru AutoIT to press CRTL-ALT-S to swap to the next client. Check with #Charname if you already found your client. If not, swap again...

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 5:52 am 
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:37 am 
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Such a simple line to add once I did a little reading.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:56 pm 
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Nonsense. It's 100% possible to have a single script easily control multiple clients. N number of clients. It's not really fast enough to do more than 5-10 effectively though using swap. Depending on what you're doing...

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