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  1. Func workSpaceSetup () ConsoleWrite ("workSpaceSetup" &@CRLF) $workSpace = WinGetHandle ("some site - Google Chrome") ConsoleWrite ($workSpace&@CRLF) $pos1 = WinGetPos ($workSpace) WinMove ($workSpace , "", $pos1[0] , $pos1[1] , 1366, 768, 0) EndFunc So the script is first, the error I get is second in the quote. This is one function of many for an app I am building but it is the first one that runs so I know there aren't other things at play here. The idea is to keep the window in the same space it is when the script runs but just resize it as this app is used across multiple computers with different screen resolutions. Could someone please elaborate upon what "Subscript used on non-accessible variable" means? Oh and the variable is declared as "Global $pos1 = 0" at the top outside of any functions with the other global variables. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! -Reiz
  2. Hello! So I have a little script here Func getThe () Local $nearPix = 0123 Local $winPos = WinGetPos ($workWin) FFSaveBMP ("yBarPosArea", "True" , 600, 239, 600, 555, 30, $workWin) $nearPix = FFNearestPixel (600, 220, "0xC1C1C1" , False, $workWin) If $nearPix == 0123 Then ConsoleWrite ("No val for NearPix") ElseIf $nearPix <> 0123 Then ConsoleWrite ("Val is there") ConsoleWrite ($nearPix[0]&","&$nearPix[1]&@CR) EndIf EndFunc And when it comes time to run it I get a return of When it says "non-accessible variable" , what is it meaning by that? The scope is "Local" and it is within the same function. The variable was even referenced in the step right before the one throwing the error. Any insight would be thoroughly appreciated. Thank you!
  3. Greetings, Func pixelHunter () Local $PixelHunt[2] Do $PixelHunt = PixelSearch (1, 1, 1016, 874, "0xCCE4CC", 0, 1, $sWorkOrderWin) Until $PixelHunt[0] > 0 EndFunc So when I call up this function in my app it fires back "Subscript used on non-accessible variable" Now, if I am understanding this message properly it is trying to tell me that the variable can't be seen by the function asking for it. I replaced "Do...Until" with simply a "ConsoleWrite" the $PixelHunt value and it doesn't throw that error. Any advice would be appreciated! -Reiz
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