September 10, 2012

War3HK Tool 6.3 - Hotkey dota

War3HK Tool 6.3 - WarCraft III HotKey Tool - Support DotA LOD, OMG, Dota imba

Version 6.3 ONLY supports warcraft III patch 1.23 -> 1.26

Here are funtions my tool supporting:
-/iTem Remap
support Alt + Q,A,S,....
support Funtion Key Ex: F1,F2,F3,......
Support Shift Queue for WheelUp,WheelDown,WeelMouse if you check Click Left

Mouse box 
Note:
-/ To use Tab Button You can open setting.ini and edit item7=Tab
Open my tool again you will see iTem slot numpad 7 will use tab key
-/Space
Support Shift Queue if you check Click Left Mouse box

-/AutoCast & SelfCast
Enter HotKey skill of hero then check AutoCast or SelfCast
EX: Viper enter key C to Skill 1 HotKey then check AutoCast, in Game Double Press
key C
OmniKnight need set hotkey R then check SelfCast,in Game Double Press key R

-/Skill 5 and Skill 6 hotkey:
mode Invoker : move mouse to the icon then click left mouse (like normal skill)
mode Morphing : move mouse to the icon then click Right mouse (like AutoCast skill)

-/Quick Message
Add Prefix : "ALL:" to send message for All People
Default Will Send Message for Allies

-/Quick Launch:
Faster to run other app Y need to use with WarCraft III : Garena,Ghost Bot,...
Press "..." button to set link of your app
Press "Launch" button to run it
-/WinDow Mode
Lock mouse cursor to WarCraft III window
Just simple press Alt + Tab to unclip cursor in WarCraft III window

-/Disable Left WinDow Key

-/CustomKeys support (press help button for more)

-/Use very less memory of Ram about ~1,6mb to ~2 mb

-/Only 1 file and verry small

PS: Close ("X") Button same as "Run" Button. it will active your hotkey and hide in
system Tray

Download: Game2e.com War3HK Tool 6.3.zip  (245 KB)


Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne is a real-time strategy computer game by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the official expansion pack to Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos,[1] requiring Reign of Chaos to play. Released worldwide on July 1, 2003,[2] it includes new units for each race, two new auxiliary races, four campaigns, five neutral heroes (an additional neutral hero was added April 2004 and two more were added in August 2004),[3] the ability to build a shop and other improvements such as the ability to queue upgrades. Sea units were reintroduced; they had been present in Warcraft II but were absent in Reign of Chaos. Blizzard Entertainment has released patches for the game to fix bugs, extend the scripting system, and balance multiplayer.