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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. I am having to manually adjust the coordinates used for a PixelSearch by experimentation and have been wondering if there is some way I can display a rectangle round the area I am searching so I can speed up my manual process which I have to do if the app window is moved for any reason. My most recent reason for the move was getting a new bigger screen. I have done some searching but not found anything suitable that would only be active when I have set the TestCmd variable to 1 to indicate I am testing the Cmd segment of my script which is an automation of a game to do some resource
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