Serious extended delay --- try with 1.1.4 from a Terminal

Asked by Desmond Zhen on 2019-02-03

So I'm running a script for a game however it takes several minutes for Sikuli to get through a few buttons.

log] DOUBLE CLICK on L(663,335)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (545 msec)

[log] CLICK on L(668,435)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (522 msec)

[log] CLICK on L(740,556)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (523 msec)

hours running: 0.000611111124357 refills: 0 runs: 0 runes: 1 soldrunes: 0 deaths: 0

[log] DOUBLE CLICK on L(484,442)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (546 msec)

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 10035

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 10012

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 10039

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 10011
[log] DOUBLE CLICK on L(663,335)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (40598 msec)

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 10010

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 10039
[log] CLICK on L(666,567)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (20549 msec)

hours running: 0.0619288888905 refills: 0 runs: 0 runes: 1 soldrunes: 0 deaths: 0

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 20035

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 20011

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 20040

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 1050
[log] DOUBLE CLICK on L(484,442)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (61638 msec)

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 20041

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 20012

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 20039

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 20012
[log] DOUBLE CLICK on L(663,335)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (80604 msec)

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 20042

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 20012
[log] CLICK on L(740,556)@S(0)[0,0 1280x800] (40555 msec)

hours running: 0.149219166703 refills: 0 runs: 0 runes: 2 soldrunes: 0 deaths: 0

[debug] MouseDown: extended delay: 20010

[debug] MouseUp: extended delay: 2135

as you can see sometimes it can take up to 80 seconds.

im running this on a Mac 10.14.2 setting and NOX, all settings are made to optimize the speed smallest resolution setting etc.

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Desmond Zhen (zomgitzdes) said : #1

I am not too familiar with coding so i might need dumbed down answers or straight up instructions because when I was reading the other posts on the forums I had no idea what they were saying lol

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #2

Please check, wether your game tries to detect bots and might be responsible for the delays.

what version of SikuliX?

Desmond Zhen (zomgitzdes) said : #3

I tried to download the 1.4 but everytime I open Sikuli it reloads the 1.1 version ??

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Desmond Zhen (zomgitzdes) said : #4

anybody??

May be a problem I like I had with 1.1
Launching Sikuli from command line may help (that was a workaround for the same or similar issue I had), but to use the workaround you need to know where your Sikuli is located.

For install problem you need to check your Applications in Mac OS (what version is there), maybe clean reinstall.

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #6

I guess, with 1.1.x you used the SikuliX app (/Applications/... or as ...app from the installation folder)

This is no longer available with 1.1.4.

So do not use this, if you want to try with 1.1.4

Follow the instructions on the 1.1.4 download page.

Then open a Terminal and go to the SikuliX 1.1.4 installation folder.

To start the IDE:
java -jar sikulix.jar

to run a script:
java -jar sikulix.jar -r path-to-your/script.sikuli

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