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  1. Rayan-Refoua

    AutoTether v1.0 Download

    Astroneer-AutoTether A simple small AHK (AutoHotkey) script to spawn tethers automatically. Download From GitHub
  2. AutoTether V2.0 Uses a Image-Processing command to spawn tethers right after detaching. Download From GitHub
  3. Hello everyone, I read somewhere a while back someone asking to be able to hold t to keep placing tethers at the max length. I would love for this to be implemented but until that happens I made an Autohotkey Script to do just that. For anyone not familiar with AutoHotkey it is a macro making software. For the script to work you would need to install AutoHotkey from https://autohotkey.com/ and then open the script. All it does is when you are holding shift to sprint and T to place tethers it places one every 1800ms which is pretty much the max length. Also if you have turned Hold to Sprint off you can delete the + in the file to only hold T without the sprint key. If anyone uses and understands Autohotkey scripting here is the contents of the file. /* By y2clay14 If using the "Hold to Sprint" option (Default) than use this as is. If you turned off "Hold to Sprint" than remove the + so it will work without having to hold Shift. It should read ~t:: after removing the +. */ ~+t:: Sleep, 1800 ; Wait 1800ms since a tether was just placed when you pressed "t". while GetKeyState("t",P) ; Check if "t" is still being held down. { Send, t Sleep, 1800 } Return Hope this helps people, I have been using it for about 3 hours now and so far so good. tethers.ahk