This is a Diablo 3 login helper, useful when you keep getting Error 37 messages.
When an error message pops up, press one button to close the error message and retry the login
When an error message pops up, the script automatically closes the popup and retries the login
Only works at 1920 x 1080 resolution
You need autohotkey installed to use this script
Run the script, and it will ask you for your password
Enter your password
Open Diablo 3
Attempt to login normally
When prompted with an error message, press backslash "\" (usually above your enter key)
The script will close the login, reenter your password, and reattempt the login
When prompted with an error message, press left square bracket "[" to start automatic mode
Whenever an error prompt pops up, the script will attempt another login
To stop automatic mode, press right square bracket "]"
Your password is only remembered as long as the script is open. If you want it to forget your password, just close the autohotkey icon in the System Tray.
This script is meant to run at full screen. Fullscreen windowed mode should work, normal windowed mode will probably not work.
Manual mode was tested on a 1920 x 1080 resolution monitor. It should work properly at other resolutions, although it may have problems with really weird screen sizes.
Automatic mode will only function on a 1920 x 1080 resolution monitor. The pixel coordinates for the error messages are hardcoded.