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Due to the first post where sort of a mess iv reposted it

I have this code for a farmtown script

And iv made an GUI for it, so ppl do not need to go into the basecode to change the X & Y pos of the diamond scan,

This GUI also has a X &Y pos viewer on it, but my problem per todays date is that I cannot get the input fields (Left X, Left Y, Top Left, Top Y, Right X, Right Y bottom X, Bottom Y) into the code itself

What im after is that when someone is inputting something in the boxes it should change this line

_DiamondScan(276, 431, 885, 125, 1484, 430, 881, 735)

Each number is a X-Y pos for the scan itself

Below u have the GUI code (I know an error there I cannot figure out, opening two windows =/)

And the code,

Is there anyone out there who could be so kind to explain me how to do it?, or do it for me?

I need the gui also to do some events upon OK & Cancel

Ok = Starts the script

Cancel = exits the script

The GUI code

#include <ButtonConstants.au3>
#include <EditConstants.au3>
#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <StaticConstants.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form=C:\Users\Andreas Walseng\Desktop\koda_1.7.2.1_b191_2009-07-09\Forms\farmtown.kxf
$Form1 = GUICreate("FarmTown Replant script", 378, 193, 320, 253, BitOR($WS_POPUP,$WS_CLIPSIBLINGS))
$GroupBox1 = GUICtrlCreateGroup("", 0, 1, 281, 193)
$LEFT = GUICtrlCreateInput("LEFT X", 0, 8, 121, 21)                     ;<<<Left X
$RIGHT = GUICtrlCreateInput("RIGHT X", 144, 8, 121, 21)                 ;<<<Right X
$BOTTOM = GUICtrlCreateInput("BOTTOM X", 144, 72, 121, 21)              ;<<<Bottom X
$Label3 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Made by Andreas W ", 64, 152, 104, 17)
$Label1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Copyright 2009", 63, 172, 75, 17)
$Input1 = GUICtrlCreateInput("LEFT Y", 0, 30, 121, 21)                  ;<<<Left Y
$Input2 = GUICtrlCreateInput("RIGHT Y", 144, 29, 121, 21)               ;<<<Right Y
$Input3 = GUICtrlCreateInput("BOTTOM Y", 142, 95, 121, 21)              ;<<<Bottom Y
$Input4 = GUICtrlCreateInput("TOP X", 4, 75, 121, 21)                   ;<<<Top X
$Input5 = GUICtrlCreateInput("TOP Y", 5, 97, 121, 21)                   ;<<<Top Y
GUICtrlCreateGroup("", -99, -99, 1, 1)
$Button1 = GUICtrlCreateButton("&OK", 286, 35, 75, 25, BitOR($BS_FLAT,$WS_GROUP))     ;<<<Ok button

$Button2 = GUICtrlCreateButton("&Cancel", 285, 76, 75, 25, BitOR($BS_FLAT,$WS_GROUP)) ; <<<Cancel button
GUICtrlSetCursor (-1, 0)
#include <GuiConstants.au3>

$label = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Mousepos",285, 140, 75, 25, BitOR($BS_FLAT,$WS_GROUP))
$GUI = GUICreate("Cords",285, 76, 75, 25, BitOR($BS_FLAT,$WS_GROUP))

While 1
    $pos = MouseGetPos()
    $control = WinGetPos($GUI)
    GUICtrlSetData($label,"x "&$pos[0]&" --- y "&$pos[1])
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
        Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE

#EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ###

While 1
$nMsg = GUIGetMsg()
Switch $nMsg

Case $Button2


The Script itself

Global $Paused sleep ("1000") HotKeySet("{Pause}", "TogglePause") HotKeySet("{Insert}", "Terminate") sleep ("2000")   send ("{Pause}")  ; Opt("MouseClickDelay", 2) ; adjust as needed ; Alters the length of the brief pause in between mouse clicks. ; Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).  Opt("MouseClickDownDelay", 2) ; adjust as needed ; Alters the length a click is held down before release. ; Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).  HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate")  _DiamondScan(276, 431, 885, 125, 1484, 430, 881, 735)   ; For Diamond shape $xL, $yL - Left x,y coordinate etc. Func _DiamondScan($xL, $yL, $xTop, $yTop, $xR, $tR, $xB, $yB, $xSpacing = 100, $ySpacing = 100)     Local $width = $xR - $xL     Local $Height = $yB - $yTop     Local $rat = $width / $Height     Local $x1, $y1, $Grad = ($Height - $Height / $rat) / ($width - $width / $rat)     ConsoleWrite("$Height " & $Height & @CRLF)     ConsoleWrite("@DesktopWidth / 2 " & $width / $rat & @CRLF)     For $y = $Height To $Height / $rat Step -Int(($Height - $Height / $rat) / $ySpacing)         For $x = ($width / $rat) To $width Step Int(($width - $width / $rat) / $xSpacing)               $x1 = $x + ($y - $Height) / $Grad + $xL             $y1 = $y - ($x - $width / $rat) * $Grad + $yTop              ;MouseClick("left", $x1, $y1, 1, 0)             mouseclick("Left", $x1, $y1, 1,1)         Next     Next    sleep (3000)    mouseclick ("Left", 1122, 16,2) EndFunc   ;==>_DiamondScan  Func Terminate()     Exit 0 EndFunc   ;==>Terminate ;        Func TogglePause()     $Paused = NOT $Paused     While $Paused         sleep(100)         ;toolTip('Script -  "Scriptet er - AV"',0, 40)     WEnd     ToolTip("") EndFunc

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You need to use GuiCtrtlRead to read the contents of the edits, and you could have a while loop something like this.

While 1
    $pos = MouseGetPos()
    $control = WinGetPos($GUI)
    GUICtrlSetData($label, "x " & $pos[0] & " --- y " & $pos[1])
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $msg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE

        Case $Button1
            _DiamondScan(GUICtrlRead($Left), GUICtrlRead($Input1),... etc


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I'm working on a similar project

I chose to have the GUI create an ini file from the input fields

The idea is to then have the script retrieve the variable values from that ini file (although I am still researching how to do this)

Hope it helps you

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