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For pixel get color I need the choords left, top, right, and bottom to form a rectangle. How do I get the choords? There is 4 numbers in the example, but if I'm getting the choords I Get 8 numbers.

Left= x=234 y=243

Top= x=235 y=643

right= x=123 y=354

bottom= x=321 y=543

So which one do I use? The x or the y value?

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bogQ

How do you get 8 coords? from where?

PixelGetColor have only 2 in the example!

To use PixelGetColor its

>>>> Mouse <<<<

Position: 1252, 538

I dont see how PixelGetColor is connected with rectangle

If your refering to PixelSearch use windowinfo and get top left xy for your first two parametars and botom right xy for your next two parametars

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bvr

Ya pixelsearch is what I was referring to. Thanks for your help.

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For pixel get color I need the choords left, top, right, and bottom to form a rectangle. How do I get the choords? There is 4 numbers in the example, but if I'm getting the choords I Get 8 numbers.

Left= x=234 y=243

Top= x=235 y=643

right= x=123 y=354

bottom= x=321 y=543

So which one do I use? The x or the y value?

Hi... basically AutoIt uses the coordinates cartezian plan.

Each x, y equals one point in space.

If you connect the four points will get a square.

X = sleeper

Y = standing


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