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I need Help in Recreating this because I am not good at VB


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So this is basically an autoclicker that my friend gave me, it has randomization functions.
Here are all the functions of the app:

Click Interval (milliseconds) is the time before the next click.
add random milliseconds adds a few milliseconds specified by the user to add random intervals every click.
Add random pixel offset moves your cursor by the specified amount by the user.
You can also select what the auto clicker uses (Left mouse button, Right, middle button).
You can also see what your cursor's coordinates are.

 

The purpose of my request is to add a customizable hotkey for start and stop or at least Just a single customizable hotkey for Toggle on/off; and also can it have a "hide to system tray"?

This app has an .exe and a WindowsHookLib.dll.

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I have this design on my mind. If anyone can do it like this it would be better.

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Sorry if I am asking too much. I'm still new to the scene of VB.

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