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Adergon

Pixelsearch fail.

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hey all.

First of all, i just wanted to thank you guys for helping me with using multiple colours in pixelsearch. It worked.

$Variable = PixelSearch(505, 215, 539, 262, 0x866C4B)
If IsArray($Variable) = True Then
  MouseClick("Left", $Variable [0], $Variable [1], 1)
  MsgBox(48, "", "First color found!")
  Else
    $Variable = PixelSearch(505, 215, 539, 262, 0x987A55)
  If IsArray($Variable) = True Then
  MouseClick("Left", $Variable [0], $Variable [1], 1)
  MsgBox(48, "", "Second color found!")
  Else
    $Variable = PixelSearch(505, 215, 539, 262, 0x7F6647)
  If IsArray($Variable) = True Then
  MouseClick("Left", $Variable [0], $Variable [1], 1)
  MsgBox(48, "", "Third color found!")
  Else
    $Variable = PixelSearch(505, 215, 539, 262, 0x7F6647)
  If IsArray($Variable) = True Then
  MouseClick("Left", $Variable [0], $Variable [1], 1)
  MsgBox(48, "", "Fourth color found!")
  Else
    $Variable = PixelSearch(505, 215, 539, 262, 0x856A4A)
  If IsArray($Variable) = True Then
  MouseClick("Left", $Variable [0], $Variable [1], 1)
  MsgBox(48, "", "Fifth color found!")
  Else
    $Variable = PixelSearch(505, 215, 539, 262, 0x836849)
  If IsArray($Variable) = True Then
  MouseClick("Left", $Variable [0], $Variable [1], 1)
  MsgBox(48, "", "Sixth color found!")
                EndIf
             EndIf
          EndIf
       EndIf
    EndIf
EndIf

But pixelsearch actually fails. Because sometimes, it can find the colors but sometimes not. i don't know why. IS THE COLORS CHANGING by the time? anyways. My question is, if you can make a function that detects similar colors. For example, if the function doesn't detect that exact color, can you make it pick a similar one? just a question. if so, please post an example.

PS: i use windows 7.

EDIT: I read something about image search, will it work better?

Edited by Adergon

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Look at the PixelSearch functions optional parameters, there's a parameter called shade-variation that might be what you're looking for.


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Look at the PixelSearch functions optional parameters, there's a parameter called shade-variation that might be what you're looking for.

Thanks, i will have a look.

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