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Help with MouseGetPos

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This is my code

$UpOrDown = Random(0, 3, 1)
$PosOrNeg = Random(1, 2, 1)
$MouseSpeed = Random(8, 30)

$CurrentPos = MouseGetPos()

If $PosOrNeg = 1 Then
MouseMove($CurrentPos[1] - $UpOrDown, $CurrentPos[2] - $UpOrDown, $MouseSpeed)
ElseIf $PosOrNeg = 2 Then
MouseMove($CurrentPos[1] + $UpOrDown, $CurrentPos[2] + $UpOrDown, $MouseSpeed)
EndIf

Whenever I run it, I get the error

Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.:

MouseMove($CurrentPos[1] - $UpOrDown, $CurrentPos[2] - $UpOrDown, $MouseSpeed)

MouseMove($CurrentPos[1] - $UpOrDown, ^ ERROR

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Dgameman1,

AutoIt arrays begin at element [0] - so you need to have elements [0] and [1], not [1] and [2]. :)

M23

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Dgameman1,

AutoIt arrays begin at element [0] - so you need to have elements [0] and [1], not [1] and [2]. :)

M23

Oh, lol my bad. Thank you =P

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