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How do i keep script from ending when reciving error on pixelsearch?

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So i want to find an icon using pixelsearch the code looks like this:

$IconSearch = pixelsearch(314,154,759,524,0xFFFF4A,10)
if not @error Then
mouseclick("left",$IconSearch=[0]$IconSearch[1])
sleep(1000)
EndIf
if @error Then
$IconSearch = pixelsearch(314,154,759,524,0xFFDE41,10)
mouseclick("left", $IconSearch[0],$$IconSearch[1])
sleep(1000)
EndIf

and it works great.. execpt for one thing if the icon does not exist i get the error:

mouseclick("left",$IconSearch^ ERROR

after this the script shuts down how do i get the script to ignore this error and keep reading through the code?

Edited by Sulfuri

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Missed part of the error, whole error code looks like this:

C:UsersSimonDesktopDropboxProgrammeringAutoITTesting Random.au3 (14) : ==> Subscript used with non-Array variable.:
mouseclick("left", $IconSearch [0],$IconSearch[1])
mouseclick("left", $IconSearch ^ ERROR

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After your first PixelSearch, you check for an error.

Do the same after the second one.

like this?

$IconSearch = pixelsearch(314,154,759,524,0xFFFF4A,10)
if @error = 0 Then
mouseclick("left", $IconSearch[0],$IconSearch[1])
sleep(1000)

sleep(200)

EndIf
if @error = 1 Then

$IconSearch = pixelsearch(314,154,759,524,0xFFDE41,10)
if @error = 1 then
msgbox(0,"","dude")

EndIf
If @error = 0 then msgbox(0,"","test")

EndIf

allthough for some reason the

If @error = 0 then msgbox(0,"","test")
still executes even though @error = 1

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The @error macro is reset after every function call, this line (msgbox(0,"","dude")) resets the @error to zero.


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The @error macro is reset after every function call, this line (msgbox(0,"","dude")) resets the @error to zero.

that explains alot, thanks :>

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