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Pixelsearch Blows My Mind

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I'm trying to do this...

$k = 1

Do

MouseMove(500,800,0)

Sleep(100)

If Pixel Search is TRUE Then

$k = 2

EndIf

Until $k =2

Heres my question...how can I tell it if the PixelSearch was true or not?

I could swap it around and say "If pixel search not true Then...." But kinda lost here.

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Pixel search simply records coordinates...

BUT

If you want to know whether it found the pixel or not, do this:

Pixelsearch(x1,y1,x2,y2,pixel)
if @error = 1 THEN;If script recieves an error (pixel not found) execut code here:
;code
endif

Basically, you use @error, to check if there was an error, 0 for none, 1 for an error


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Also the @error variable is reset after any other function is called. So its probably better if you saved the @error value in a different variable right after calling the PixelSearch function.

i.e.

PixelSearch(14, 20, 50, 100, color)

$error = @error

You probably already know this, but it took me forever to figure out that the @error variable kept reseting.

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