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Autoit Functions

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Does anyone know the source code for the function pixelgetcolor ?

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Goto AutoIt Wiki and follow the "Source code" links.


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Goto AutoIt Wiki and follow the "Source code" links.

i couldn't find it in the downloaded source files.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

It could be that its not included in the source code.

The public version of the source code will be similar to the private/binary version but with some functionality removed.

I only know where to find the public source code. But not whats in it and whats removed from it. Edited by MvGulik

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Its a built in function

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

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Sourcecode is available at gdi32.dll with any disassembler. For FREE!

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i couldn't find it in the downloaded source files.

Then you can't have searched very good. If you use something that can search in the files, (like SciTE) then you would only get 5 results!

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