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UI Pseudocode

-- Pseudocode that shows most of the ui functions and how to use them
-- If you want to get a reference to an existing group or item, call .find
local double_tap_ref = ui.find("aimbot", "ragebot", "main", "double tap")
-- "ui.create" creates a group
-- in which you can add items such as switches, sliders, combos, etc.
local group_ref = ui.create("Group")
-- Some arguments can be optional, like the 2nd one in this function,
-- it will make its default value true
local switch_ref = group_ref:switch("Switch", true)
-- You can change its value
-- Or you can "override" its value
-- This will allow you to change the value of the item
-- without changing its value in the menu or in the cheat's configuration
-- Reset the previous override
-- You can register a function that will be executed
-- every time the value of the item changes
-- The reference can be accessed from the arguments of the callback
-- You can access the value of the item by calling :get
-- To access the value it's overriden to with :override, call :get_override
print(string.format("New value: %s", ref:get()))
-- If you want to what type of object the item is, you can call :get_type
-- print(switch_ref:type()) --> switch
-- You can attach other items to some types of items by calling :create
-- This will create and return a reference to the item group,
-- to which you can add other items
local switch_group_ref = switch_ref:create()
-- Our API offers a lot of overloads, you can either just provide a bunch of strings
-- or you can provide a table of strings
local combo_ref = switch_group_ref:combo("Combo", "Option A", "Option B", "Option C")
-- You can update the contents of combos, selectables, list, and listables with :update
combo_ref:update({"Option A"})
-- You can attach color pickers to some types of items,
-- but keep in mind that you won't be able to attach a group at the same time
local combo_color_picker_ref = combo_ref:color_picker(color(255, 0, 0, 255))
-- If you want to see what group the item belongs to, call :parent
-- print(group_ref == switch_ref:parent()) --> true
-- print(switch_group_ref == combo_ref:parent()) --> true
-- If you want to describe an item, you can call :tooltip,
-- which will display a text when you move the cursor over the item
switch_ref:tooltip("Some useful information.")
-- Further reading:
-- DM Serene#1337 for any documentation errors

Multi-Color Picker

-- create a group
local group_ref = ui.create("Example Group")
-- create a color picker in the group
local color_picker_ref = group_ref:color_picker("Example Color Picker", {
["Simple"] = {
color(255, 255, 255)
["Double"] = {
color(255, 255, 255),
color(0, 0, 0)
["Multiple"] = {
color(255, 0, 0),
color(0, 255, 0),
color(0, 0, 255),
color(255, 0, 255)
-- print the available modes
for _, v in ipairs(color_picker_ref:list()) do
-- [neverlose] Simple
-- [neverlose] Multiple
-- [neverlose] Double
-- get the currently selected mode and color(s)
-- (the second returned value can be a table)
local mode, colors = color_picker_ref:get()
-- get colors from a specific mode
local top_left, top_right, bottom_left, bottom_right = unpack(color_picker_ref:get("Multiple"))
vector(20, 20), vector(120, 120),
top_left, top_right, bottom_left, bottom_right