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Color Ranges?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I am currently just messing around in AutoIt, and I have a question about a script I am making.

The script is supposed to leftclick at 0,0 when the pixel at 0,0 is either blue or red.

My question is wether or not I can have it click for every shade of red or blue.

Heres some of what I have so far:

$pixel = pixelgetcolor(0,0)
$hexpx = hex($pixel, 6)

If $hexpx = (0xff0000) then
    mousedown("left")
    sleep 10
    mouseup("left")
    soundplay("C:\WINDOWS\Media\Windows XP Default.wav")
endif

If $hexpx = (0x0000ff) then
    mousedown("left")
    sleep 10
    mouseup("left")
    soundplay("C:\WINDOWS\Media\Windows XP Default.wav")
endif

I havent even tested it yet (:() but what I need is for the

If $hexpx = (0x0000ff) then

To be a range, from say (0x000022) to (0x0000ff), instead of the fixed "Completely Blue" thing thats goin on now.

Can someone explain to me how to do this?

Edited by Khetti

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Maybe you should look at PixelSearch() with shade variation parametres. But because you only want to search/get the colour at one point maybe you shouldn't :(. You could get the convert the blue from the colour found to the blue conponent colour. And if the colour is greater then "22"(Hex) converted to the blue component, range 0-255, and less then "FF"(Hex).And put that in an if statement

Currently in PixelSearch() you can only search a Red, Green and Blue for the colour change all at once. Let me explain

Say I want use search for 0x000000, with a shade variation of 55, it will return any colour in the range of 0x000000 - 0x373737. You can't choose a different variation for each RGB component.

If you don't understand me fully np. I made it a bit confusing :"> .


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Having the same shade variation is fine, just as long as I can search both red and blue.

I'll look into it, thanks!

EDIT:

Ok, heres what I have so far:

$pixelr = pixelsearch(-400, 300, 400, -300, 0x110000, 255, 24)
$pixelb = pixelsearch(-400, 300, 400, -300, 0x000011, 255, 24)

If $pixelr = (0,0) then
        mousedown("left")
    sleep 10
    mouseup("left")
    soundplay("C:\WINDOWS\Media\Windows XP Default.wav")
endif

If $pixelb = (0,0) then
    mousedown("left")
    sleep 10
    mouseup("left")
    soundplay("C:\WINDOWS\Media\Windows XP Default.wav")
endif

But it doesnt seem to work...

What I am trying to get is to have it mousedown for a brief moment when a blue or red pixel is under the mouse (which is always at 0,0)

I am probably overlooking something simple, but if you could take a look at it I would appreciate it.

Edited by Khetti

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If $pixelb = (0,0) then

    mousedown("left")

    sleep 10

    mouseup("left")

    soundplay("C:\WINDOWS\Media\Windows XP Default.wav")

endif

Should your "sleep 10" be
Sleep(10)
?

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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:( Probably so, but I didnt get an error so I must have looked over it.

I'll see if that helps, if not then I will have to start over.

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