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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Is it possible to build a cordinate tracker into one of my script so when you hit a hotkey it freezes the Cords? If so how

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what kind of coordinates?


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Like cordnates that are relative to the screen, so the user of my script can choose where they want it to click

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Commands needed (optional ones have { and } around them):

Opt/AutoItSetOption

MouseGetPos

{GuiCreate}

{GuiCtrlCreateLabel}

{GuiSetState}

{SplashTextOn}

{SplashOff}


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Is it possible to build a cordinate tracker into one of my script so when you hit a hotkey it freezes the Cords? If so how

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Here is a sample script that should help you.

Global $selectKey = "^c"

Global $selectAbortKey = "^a"

Global $selectKeyHit

Global $selectAbortKeyHit

CaptureLocationSetup()

While $selectKeyHit = 0 And $selectAbortKeyHit = 0

$coord = MouseGetPos()

SplashTextOn("","Current location " & $coord[0] & "," & $coord[1] & ".", 200, 16, -1, 100, 3, "Ariel", 10, 500)

Sleep(100)

WEnd

Exit

Func CaptureLocationSetup()

HotKeySet($selectKey, "CaptureLocation"); Capture loot location

HotKeySet($selectAbortKey, "CaptureLocationabort")

$selectKeyHit = 0

$selectAbortKeyHit = 0

EndFunc ;==>CaptureLocationSetup

Func CaptureLocation()

$selectKeyHit = 1

HotKeySet($selectKey)

HotKeySet($selectAbortKey)

$coord = MouseGetPos()

SplashOff()

SplashTextOn("","Location " & $coord[0] & "," & $coord[1] & " selected.", 200, 16, -1, 100, 3, "Ariel", 10, 500)

Sleep(1000)

EndFunc ;==>CaptureLocation

Func CaptureLocationabort()

$selectAbortKeyHit = 1

HotKeySet($selectKey)

HotKeySet($selectAbortKey)

SplashTextOn("","Location selection aborted.", 200, 16, -1, 100, 3, "Ariel", 10, 500)

Sleep(1000)

EndFunc ;==>CaptureLocationabort

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

.....so the user of my script can choose where they want it to click

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I'm not sure that I understand what you want, but maybe there is some code in this post that might help. You might be able to use or modify what I posted there. Edited by herewasplato

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