zwift-login

zwift-login is a simple utility which basically lets you launch Zwift without having to click any button or fill any fields in the login sequence of the game.

See it demonstrated here:

Screencast

 

zwift-login plays together with some of the other tools here on the site:

If the zwift-preferences script is installed in the same folder as zwift-login there will be a button that you can launch it with. That way you can easily make your choice of e.g. trainer resistance level, world (Watopia or Richmond) and course selection before you launch Zwift.

If the zwift-hotkeys script is installed in the same folder as zwift-login it will automatically be launched together with Zwift.

If the TR-Z-move script is installed in the same folder as zwift-login it will automatically be launched together with Zwift.

 

Update 2018-02-05 (version 11):

zwift-login accepts a command line parameter (/launch) which makes it launch Zwift automatically with the need for pressing a button. This can be used e.g. for scheduling an unattended start of Zwift.

Run zwift-login.ahk like this:

AutoHotkey.exe zwift-login.ahk /launch

Other command line parameters:

/onlyzwift Will only launch Zwift and not look for any other ZwiftHacks scripts to launch simultaneosly.

 

Prerequisites

Windows PC w/

 

Downloads

Download zwift-login script with installer setup-zwift-login.exe – 302 KB

Read more about the installer package.


Download individual script files to manually install the script (extract the content of the .zip file)

Download zwift-login script zwift-login.zip – 5 KB

 

History

Bug fixing zwift-login (version 15)

Bug fixing zwift-login (version 15)

zwift-login got a few fixes to make it more robust when the Zwift status page cannot be reached, and to make sure that it closes when it has launched Zwift....

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Changed Zwift Launcher – updated zwift-login

Changed Zwift Launcher – updated zwift-login

zwift-login has been updated to support the Zwift Launcher which was changed in the update from Zwift 2018-04-26. Download the update Get the new version 14 at the zwift-login...

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A Win7 bug fix for zwift-login

A Win7 bug fix for zwift-login

zwift-login has been updated to fix a problem which was seen on some Windows 7 PC’s. Download the update Get the new version 13 at the zwift-login page.

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Changes to the Zwift launcher, changes to zwift-login

Changes to the Zwift launcher, changes to zwift-login

The Zwift Launcher now have a Let’s Go button where it used to have a Ride On button. zwift-login has been fixed to handle this. Download the new version...

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Bug fix version 9 of zwift-login

Bug fix version 9 of zwift-login

I just made a small update to zwift-login so it works with the latest version of the Zwift Launcher.   zwift-login could not detect the Zwift Launcher window and would...

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zwift-login is fixed to handle the new version of Zwift

zwift-login is fixed to handle the new version of Zwift

Today Zwift sent out a new version which changes the launcher screen and broke zwift-login. Now there is an updated version which should work just fine. It was a...

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9 Responses

  1. lex says:

    How to make this login without button press? automatically after start…

    • jesper says:

      Download again (I just put a new version up for download). Run zwift-login.ahk like this:

      AutoHotkey.exe zwift-login.ahk /launch

      This version accepts the following parameters:

      /launch
      Launches Zwift
      /onlyzwift
      Will only launch Zwift and not look for any other ZwiftHacks scripts to launch simultaneosly.

  2. Lex says:

    Zwift changed “RIDE” button to “LET’S GO” – can u update. please)

  3. Jacqueline Willis says:

    Hi, I’m having trouble with this. I’ve downloaded the update and it’s opening the Zwift program fine, but it’s not hitting the ‘Let’s Go’ button.

    • jesper says:

      It may be that it is resolved simply by closing the Zwift launcher (by right clicking the icon in the notification area and choosing exit) because Zwift sometimes end up in a special state after an update. Then Zwift and the Zwift launcher run with elevated rights (as administrator) and does not respond to keypresses and command from another process (zwift-login) which is not elevated itself.

      If this does not help, please let me know and I can look further into it.

      • Jacqueline Willis says:

        Hi Jesper!

        Thanks for the reply and the help – though I confess I haven’t carried it out. I uninstalled everything and then re-installed it and it seems to work now, though I can’t put my finger on what I’ve done differently.

        Thanks for the system you’ve (and anyone else has) put together, it is helpful.

        Jx

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