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Around The Sphere

Play a single Bingo match within every destination, in the right order.

Around The Sphere+1.2
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KinectKid333KinectKid333471,411
30 Aug 2018 06 Oct 2015
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I have created a macro that essentially auto-daubs all of your cards, and it even allows you to play 8 cards at once (and once I get to a high enough level I will also make one for 12 cards)

Playing more cards at once means you get more out of your tickets and power-ups and you spend less time playing, hence leveling up faster.

Here is the forum about the macro: Macro for automating Bingo games (download)

Instructions below (this is just a copy/paste from the original forum post that's why it has an introduction and all):

I'm currently in the works of a macro for automating Microsoft Bingo so you can play 8 cards at once and daub every single tile with ease (you'll still have to call the bingos yourself though, so you can't just leave it there). Once I get to a high enough level I'll upgrade it to 12 cards.

This will only work if your screen resolution is 1920x1080. You can check your screen resolution by right clicking the desktop, then clicking "Screen Resolution".

Even then it might not work.

You'll have to download AutoHotkey:
http://www.autohotkey.com/

I'll update this forum when the macro is finished.

Edit: I finished the macro tonight (Oct. 5, 2015). There are two versions currently, one for 8 cards and one for 4 cards. Once I reach a high enough level I will make one for 12 cards. Follow the instructions below for easy bingo game automation.


1. Check to make sure your screen resolution is 1920x1080 and download AutoHotkey using the information listed above. If your screen resolution isn't 1920x1080 and you can't change it to 1920x1080, I'm sorry I can't help you.

2. Once you've downloaded and set up AutoHotkey, right click on your desktop, hover over "New" and click "AutoHotkey Script". This should create a link on your desktop. Name it whatever you'd like (I named mine Microsoft Bingo Macro.ahk) but make sure you put .ahk after your name.

3. Now right click the link you've just created, and click edit script. Delete any text that is in there, and copy/paste the text enclosed in the spoiler into your AutoHotkey Script (you can get rid of the extra line breaks though if you'd like):

Auto-Daub for 8 Cards:
*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***


Auto-Daub for 4 Cards:
*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***


4. Save the script. Exit the script. Now double click on it to run it. Launch Microsoft Bingo. Do a test run in France so in case it doesn't work you haven't wasted all of your tickets. When the game starts, if you are doing 8 cards make sure the scroll thing is all the way at the top. Then hit ctrl+B. It should start auto-daubing all of the cards for you. It will do this once. Press ctrl+B again for it to auto daub again. You will know if it is successful or not because it will be daubing the tiles if you are successful (duh!).

5. Enjoy free daubing!

VERY IMPORTANT NOTES:
--You still must call the bingos yourself.
--This works in any area, not just France.
--DO NOT. I REPEAT. DO NOT. Move the mouse while it is auto-daubing. If you do it could result in things happening that you wouldn't want such as. Using power ups on accident, paying coins to auto-daub the cards on accident (which I hope you never have to do again after this), calling bingos on cards that don't have bingos on them, clicking on ads, buying coins, keys, power ups, and tickets with real money (it could literally, click on the plus sign, bring you to the MS store, and confirm your purchase right then and there). You get my point. DO NOT MOVE THE MOUSE.
--If you have touchscreen, you tap the screen to call the bingos while it is auto-daubing and it will not affect the mouse, but do not hold on the screen. Only tap. Holding will affect the auto-daubing and could lead to affects stated above.
--It takes about 2 seconds per card to auto-daub, so about 8 seconds for 4 cards and about 16 seconds for 8 cards.
--After you start running the script, pressing ctrl+B anywhere will start this sequence of mouse movements, SO DON'T PRESS CTRL+B UNLESS YOU'RE PLAYING MS BINGO AND WOULD LIKE TO AUTO-DAUB.
--After you run the script, you can stop it by stopping the process through the task manager or simply restarting your computer.

So yeah, as long as you follow what I stated above, you should be fine, but nevertheless: Use at your own risk.

Also please let me know if this helps you, and if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, just comment below and I'll get back to you.

Peace! wave
EgotisticGecko It seems the positioning is off - at least for me. I am running W8 at the correct resolution, but the dabs seem off. It starts to far to the left of the screen, so misses roughly 1/2 of one of rows of cards.

any suggestions?
Posted by EgotisticGecko on 09 Oct 15 at 18:19
KinectKid333 Okay. I'll need to know some extra information. Which cells is it daubing? (I.e. All of B and I and N, but not O and E on all cards; or whatever your situation is). Are you using the four cards one or the eight cards one?

Hope we can figure it out. smile
Posted by KinectKid333 on 09 Oct 15 at 19:17
KinectKid333 One other thing, do ads show up for you? Or... The more important question would be, do you have an ad banner covering part of the right side of the screen. That may affect where the bingo cards are.
Posted by KinectKid333 on 09 Oct 15 at 19:20
EgotisticGecko No, there are no ads.

There are three rows to the left of the B, then it skips B, goes to I and N for the first card.
I am not sure how best to communicate this all to you. I could record a video of it's progress and send to you maybe?
Posted by EgotisticGecko on 09 Oct 15 at 19:56
EgotisticGecko Sorry, I forgot to mention I am using the 8 card one as well. I am in Greece, so hoping to power through the last 5 levels so I can complete this game.
Posted by EgotisticGecko on 09 Oct 15 at 20:22
KinectKid333 Yes. A video would be nice. I think I know what's going on. Does it hit the scroll bar correctly? (what I mean is, when it is done with the first four cards, does it scroll down correctly to the last four cards or does it not scroll at all?)
Posted by KinectKid333 on 09 Oct 15 at 21:00
EgotisticGecko Maybe that's the problem. When I select 8 cards, it has 2 rows of 3 cards, and then 1 row of 2 cards. It's not 2 rows of 4. As I type this, that would be the issue. If it was 2 rows of 4, your placements would make sense.

Not sure how to fix this, or why it's happening. I will try and record / post a video tomorrow on this.
Posted by EgotisticGecko on 10 Oct 15 at 03:24
EgotisticGecko As a FYI, I tried the 4 card one and the same problem. The 4 card setup is two rows of 2 cards each, so the dabs are off.
Posted by EgotisticGecko on 10 Oct 15 at 03:36
KinectKid333 Four cards w/ads is still a 2x2 grid. Eight cards w/ads is a 2x4 grid. Since, for you, eight cards is two rows of three and one row of two, would 12 cards be four rows of 3? Can you test it out? If that is the case, it would help me a lot if you sent me two screenshots. One of them with the scroll bar at the very top, showing the first 6, and one of them with the scroll bar at the bottom showing the last 6. (To take a screenshot, Windows Key+PrtSc)
Posted by KinectKid333 on 10 Oct 15 at 04:01
EgotisticGecko Here are images for 4, 8 and 12 cards. I didn't both with the second half of 12 cards, but can if you needed.
http://tinypic.com/r/vimsqp/8
http://tinypic.com/r/162ab68/8
http://tinypic.com/r/1zohrgw/8
Posted by EgotisticGecko on 10 Oct 15 at 19:45
Mtld I edited the code for 4 cards (I'll try to do 9 cards later).

MouseMove, 675, 210, 0
Loop, 10
{
Loop, 5
{
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 0, 60, 0, R
}
MouseMove, 75, -300, 0, R
}
MouseMove, 675, 710, 0
Loop, 10
{
Loop, 5
{
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 0, 60, 0, R
}
MouseMove, 75, -300, 0, R
}
Return
Posted by Mtld on 02 Dec 15 at 15:35
Mtld Make sure you put ^b:: at start (although I prefer using F5, so I use F5::)
Posted by Mtld on 02 Dec 15 at 15:43
Mtld Here's my code for 9 cards, although I wouldn't recommend it. It takes too long to go through all the cards and when you reach the end of the 9th card, you often have 5-6 numbers to catch up and many bingos are gone. Here it is anyway:

F5::
MouseMove, 640, 200, 0
Loop, 16
{
Loop, 5
{
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 0, 30, 0, R
}
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 50, -150, 0, R
}

MouseMove, 640, 525, 0
Loop, 16
{
Loop, 5
{
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 0, 30, 0, R
}
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 50, -150, 0, R
}

MouseMove, 640, 825, 0
Loop, 16
{
Loop, 5
{
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 0, 30, 0, R
}
MouseClick
MouseClick
MouseMove, 50, -150, 0, R
}
Return
Posted by Mtld on 03 Dec 15 at 04:32
KinectKid333 You can add a pause button to it to hit bingos before it's finished. I think it's like:

^p:: pause

At the very beginning of the code. Idk, in the forum linked in the solution though, a User made a script that you could pause by pressing p. You can look at it yourself
Posted by KinectKid333 on 03 Dec 15 at 16:09
Mtld The pause button works, but you then need to resume the code after. Since our mouse placement is relative, the code starts back where you moved the mouse. It can be used, but with great precaution or you'll hit other stuff (ads, cash, etc.). Use at your own risk.
Posted by Mtld on 05 Dec 15 at 15:08
VegaDark541 Is there any reason this wouldn't also work for the Windows 10 version of this game?
Posted by VegaDark541 on 30 Jan 16 at 18:07
KinectKid333 It should work. I'm not sure if it has a different layout or different dimensions, though...

Feel free to give it a shot. Let us know how it goes.
Posted by KinectKid333 on 30 Jan 16 at 18:22
VegaDark541 Unfortunately the layout must be different - it doesn't work as intended in Windows 10.
Posted by VegaDark541 on 31 Jan 16 at 17:35
InkyPaws Just looking at this to edit it to run on my laptop - can you break down which each set of positions is?

Guessing the first is the first B number of each card,
Posted by InkyPaws on 08 Mar 16 at 20:13
KinectKid333 It is a relative loop code. You would have to experiment and find out where your coordinates are in order to adjust for your monitor size.
Posted by KinectKid333 on 08 Mar 16 at 22:28
Pinski The latest version of these scripts are being discussed in this forum thread:
Macro for automating Bingo games (download)

There's currently a GitHub repo too:
https://github.com/eNeRGy164/AutoHotKeyMicrosoftBingo
Posted by Pinski on 06 Dec 16 at 06:17
Homunculus Fury Would there be a issue using this on a surface pro?
Posted by Homunculus Fury on 28 Feb 17 at 19:38
KinectKid333 It should work exactly the same on a surface.
Posted by KinectKid333 on 01 Mar 17 at 03:07
DeviSlator WARNING. I just used this as directed and it ended up buying a ticket pack FFS. Luckily only £1 angry
Posted by DeviSlator on 25 Mar 17 at 00:15