This runs fine on medium-high end machines, but on slower machines this doesn't always execute the whole command.
Added BlockInput during cheat execution to reduce lag.
Added slight wait intervals during key Send.
Created a function to send keys: reduced file size and speed up send keys execution to reduce lag even more.
I cheat sometimes. Not all of the time, but I cheat when replaying a game or on games that I am just going to test for hacking/modding. I cheat because I am getting old and I have a life with children; which are, of course, more important... So in everything I do I create automation to speed up gaming and any other processes so I can spend more time with my family. I am a techy and gamer, I can't help doing what I love so I can do both with the help of automation.
So I have created Torchlight Launcher V2.2. This is my first official online release, but I have several working personal releases that work well for me so I'll keep the version sequence going. This is a launcher//cheat trainer/hotkey helper in one. Unlike traditional cheat trainers this is written in the Autohotkey scripting language and uses no coding hacks other than using Windows libraries and modules themselves to automate all functions.
This launcher adds hotkeys for 10 different cheats and adds item slots 1 & 2 to the XButtons 1 & 2 on any gaming mouse. It also adds ascend and decend level to the + and - number pad keys. This trainer uses then normal in-game console to use cheats that can already be found on the internet, but makes it so you only have to press one button for very quick access. The in-game console can only be accessed by enabling it in Torchlights 'settings.txt' file found in your users AppData folder. This launcher provides the ability to enable it with the click of a button (creates a backup of the original settings file) or if that fails for some reason helps you edit the file manually.
This is a compiled ahk script for use in any x86 (I can compile for anything else) system From Windows Vista on up. Just run the trainer and view the Help. There is a system tray icon where you can access any function that have buttons in the gui, view the help window, enable cheats, run the game, and exit the launcher. This can be used with any version of Torchlight on PC as long as it installed in it's default location (even GOG).