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Problem with PixelSearch

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If i use the second code does the if statement think that the error should be within the

Send("{SPACE}")
line?

First Code

$Test = PixelSearch(176,417,570,736,0x5A5366, 10)
if not @error Then msgbox(0,"tt","Found it")
if @error Then msgbox(0,"tt","Could not find it")

Second Code

$Test = PixelSearch(176,417,570,736,0x5A5366, 10)
Send("{SPACE}")
if not @error Then msgbox(0,"tt","Found it")
if @error Then msgbox(0,"tt","Could not find it")
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If i use the second code does the if statement think that the error should be within the

Send("{SPACE}")
line?

The help file doesn't show the Send command as returning an @error.

Whenever someone says "pls" because it's shorter than "please", I say "no" because it's shorter than "yes".

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better to check if the return is an array...isarray()...if not, then the pixel was not found


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If i use the second code does the if statement think that the error should be within the

Send("{SPACE}")
line?

Second Code

$Test = PixelSearch(176,417,570,736,0x5A5366, 10)
Send("{SPACE}")
if not @error Then msgbox(0,"tt","Found it")
if @error Then msgbox(0,"tt","Could not find it")

In this script, the @error being checked is the return from the Send command, you'd either have to check if $Test is an array, as jdelaney suggested, or save the @error returned into a variable, and check it later in the script. @error gets reset after every function is run.

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@error gets reset after every function is run.

That's good to know. Thanks.


Whenever someone says "pls" because it's shorter than "please", I say "no" because it's shorter than "yes".

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