My current setup is:
- Duel screens
- two Wrobot instances
- three wow clients (2 slaves on second monitor)
The problem is with Wrobot hot-keys (Alt+X, Alt+C, etc) not working with one of the two Wow clients.
Bot#1 WoW client#1 Wrobot#1
Bot#2 WoW Client#2 Wrobot#2
WoW Client#3 Master no Wrobot
upon making WoW#1 client the active window and pressing a hot-key Alt+x or any of the hot-keys associated with Wrobot, Wrobot#1 does not acknowledge them, however, instead, Wrobot#2 pause or stops the bot associated with WoW client #2.
I have to manually navigate to Wrobot#1 and press stop or pause.
This is proving to be risky in high traffic areas where i need rapid response.
I don't know why it is doing this,as i believe each instance of WoW has its own handle and process ID and keystrokes ought to be captured per wow client by the specific Wrobot instance hooked into it.