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Easy...

While 1
   If PixelGetColor(600,500) = 0 Then
      MouseClick("Right",400,400)
   EndIf
Wend

I just wrote that right here in the reply so it may have an error.

Edit: Just tested, it works fine :(.

Edited by Burrup

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While 1
   If PixelGetColor(122,744) = 848A84 Then
        Send("{F11}")
    Send("{F3}")
    Sleep("11000")
    Send("{F5}")
    Send("{F11}")
   EndIf
Wend

You were missing quotation marks around 11000, other then that the above should work, unless you have the colour wrong anf it never fins it in the first place.

Edited by Burrup

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this is exactly what i have:

HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "mExit")

MouseClick("left", 564, 108, 1)

While 1

If PixelGetColor(122,744) = 848A84 Then

Send("{F11}")

Send("{F3}")

Sleep("11000")

Send("{F5}")

Send("{F11}")

EndIf

Wend

Func mExit()

Exit

EndFunc

and thats what happens

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While 1
   If PixelGetColor(122,744) = 848A84 Then
        Send("{F11}")
    Send("{F3}")
    Sleep("11000")
    Send("{F5}")
    Send("{F11}")
   EndIf
Wend

You were missing quotation marks around 11000, other then that the above should work, unless you have the colour wrong anf it never fins it in the first place.

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I found it needed quotes too, but around the color value rather than the sleep time...
While 1
    If (PixelGetColor(122, 744) = "848A84") Then
        Send("{F11}")
        Send("{F3}")
        Sleep(11000)
        Send("{F5}")
        Send("{F11}")
    EndIf
WEnd

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PixelGetColor() returns the decimal value of the colour... either use the decimal value of it or use this...

HotKeySet("{PAUSE}", "mExit")

MouseClick("left", 564, 108, 1)

While 1
   If PixelGetColor(122,744) = Dec("848A84") Then
      Send("{F11}")
      Send("{F3}")
      Sleep(11000)
      Send("{F5}")
      Send("{F11}")
   EndIf
Wend

Func mExit()
   Exit
EndFunc

Edit: Yeah, my bad. When I first read it I got the Sleep() mixed up with a Send() and didn't realise that the colour was Hexadecimal. Use DaleHohm's code above.

Edited by Burrup

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