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Range of color search?

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Hey, how can I check a range of colors with PixelSearch command?

The helpfile says

PixelSearch ( left, top, right, bottom, color [, shade-variation [, step [, hwnd]]] )

But I don't seem to get it right.

$5 = PixelSearch(457, 579, 520, 600, 0xd9d1d5, [100])

$5 = PixelSearch(457, 579, 520, 600, 0xd9d1d5[100])

$5 = PixelSearch(457, 579, 520, 600, 0xd9d1d5 [,100])

All of these gives error, I don't understand the helpfiles describes

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Scriptie,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. ;)

The [ ] indicate optional parameters - so just omit them from your code:

$5 = PixelSearch(457, 579, 520, 600, 0xd9d1d5, 100)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Brackets denote optional parameters. If you specify the parameter remove the brackets.

$5 = PixelSearch(457, 579, 520, 600, 0xd9d1d5, 100)
Edited by water

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Shade variation's pretty sensitive, so I wouldn't go for 100. Start small and work your way up.


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Aahh alright thanks! ;)

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