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  1. Hello everyone, I have several signals on the screen that need to be monitored while a program is running. These signals are scattered around an image which is maximized on 4 equal resolution screens - the AutoIT Window Info does not recognize any objects on the program meaning that I'm left with the PixelSearch() and PixelCheckSum() functions to monitor the signals: The signals are as small as a 5x5 pixel area and their coordinates are known. I've been digging around for a while now in this forum about the PixelSearch() and PixelCheckSum() and found some interesting and usefu
  2. Hey there! Is there a way to detect movement only for 1 specific window? HWnd is not really working, it still detects movement in all the windows within the region This is my script: ;Checksum actual HotKeySet("{f2}", 'exit_') MsgBox(0, '', '0') Beep(500, 2000) $Hwnd = WinActive('') while 1 $Checksum = PixelChecksum(211, 650, 1094, 914, 1, $Hwnd) If PixelChecksum(211, 650, 1094, 914, 1, $Hwnd) <> $Checksum Then For $i = 1 To 100 Beep(1000, 50) Next MsgBox(0, '', 'New message!', 1)
  3. Hi there, I did a short script to simulate mouse click when pixel change is detected on a small section of the screen. I recorded the screen many times to see the accuracy of the script and it seems though response time varies widely. Here's the script $checksum = pixelchecksum (400,250, 402,252) While $checksum = pixelchecksum (400,250, 402,252) Sleep (50) Wend Sleep (300) Mouseclick("left", 450,300, 1, 0) Counting from the pixel change to the mouse click, i get response times anywhere between 370ms and 550ms. I've tried running au3 and exe, chang
  4. I could use a bit of math help. What I'd like to do is sample a 5x5 pixel area with PixelChecksum. I would then sample again a few seconds later to check for a change as seems to be the normal usage. Can I do any useful maths on the PixelChecksum results? For instance, if I subtracted the two sample values would it tell me anything about pixel color content? Might I know that a color shift has happened to maybe Blue or Red for instance? Or would I have to do that on a per pixel sample? And if that is the case... what math would i use to compare an RGB value against another to detect
  5. Hello, i need help with my script here. I want to detect when my Screen is nearly or completly dark/black. I'm using PixelChecksum(0,0,1919,1079) and it's giving me random numbers (e.g. 2690216355, 2589900821, 854331631, 481460664) How can i compare that with a Black like 0xFFFFFF ?
  6. when i macro surf with IE certain pages tend to hang or my IE crashes. so im looking for a way to get things moving again if im not around. is there any commands that can refresh page if, lets say, PixelChecksum (50,50,100,100) stays the same for maybe 2 mins?
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