MapIt is a tile world editor. MapIt was built around the concept of reversing Dragon Warrior map images. MapIt can take image input and produce a tile and world array.
MapIt features Unity style dragable labels that adjust property values.
MapParser is a C++ project that scans images for unique tiles. MapParser is very fast. Due to hard drive failure, many bugs were restored b/c I had to rewind many years. Frustrated with the design, I wrote a new version from the ground up. This New Version: AutoIt Front-end, command line controls, and shared with the world; so that I can't lose it again.
You can toggle the C++ MapParser off to see the difference in speeds between the MapParser CPP verse AutoIt function. Function is named Scan_Tiles() in AutoIt. You can also chose to download without MapParser.exe.
At the moment Scanning a image resets the arrays, but you can add tiles after scanning.
Images can be added as tiles without scan image at all. Then configure settings to give your world parameters and manually fill the world data with tile indexes.
Using the settings you can change tile size after a scan. Example: you wanted to replace a map with different sized tiles.
Changing and replacing tile / world data is easy. B/c tile world editor.
Hotkeys, I use CTRL+R in image above to signal replace tile action and I use "G" to Get the tile under mouse.
Hotkeys are not saved to disk and thus are set to default between sessions.
I might draw the world to pre-rendered surfaces and use them as multi-layer someday. I do that in my AutoIt, DragonWarrior Remake but I could spend forever unsure what features are important for this. The DW_Remake has a method of replacing a tile with a tile on two layers. So you could replace a tree on the first layer with a grass, and a tree in the second layer. This is all getting very confusing.
I attempted to write the good code. If something could be better, please advise.
Fifth release. Enjoy.
For download, videos, and example of created world file data; please visit the MapIt webpage: http://songersoft.com/programming/mapit/mapit_about.phtml
Special thanks: @AdmiralAlkex, @Melba23, @MrCreatoR
Main AutoIt source file: Will not run without other Includes and SDL DLLs.
Last Update: 5/26/2018 3:45 PM EST
REMOVED CODE BLOCK: I was informed the this page loaded very slowly, one solution so far has been to remove the 2k lines in the code block.
When I recieve more feedback from the User I may reduce image size or remove images.
Next Version Added: $eSETTING_TILE_LAST_PATH I have the weekend, I want to write world layers with aBoard surfaces.
AutoIt Windows Screenshooter
takes easily a screenshot from any visible window capture any region of the desktop incl. freehand capturing capture GUI controls and GUI menus separately capture a marked area every x seconds for a duration of y seconds create a GIF animation from saved frames (Vista or higher os required) capture to AVI file (without audio!) takes a screenshot from web sites (available only on Vista+ os and when Aero is enabled) put images to clipboard to paste to other applications easily color picker save image in different formats and also to PDF! add timestamp to saved images simple image editing options: greyscale, b&w, invert, rotate +-90° send image to printer and default email client preview of captured screens incl. zoom option multi monitor support display pixel color under mouse ruler basic image editor (paint, highlight, ellipse, rectangle, text and some graphic FX) watermark captured image no 3rd party tools or DLLs used - pure AutoIt! fully portable - no installation is needed multi language feature (Eng, Ger, Tur, Fra and Rus only) To do:
capture content of scrollable window/control capture cascaded menus Due to DllCall("User32.dll", "int", "PrintWindow", "hwnd", $hWnd, "handle", $hMemDC, "int", 0) limitation some windows cannot be captured properly (GDI+, ProgDVB, etc.) but can take screenshots of hidden windows. One workaround is to use full screen capturing (F11/F12) or "Grab Screen" function! Or try double click with rmb on listview items (beta).
Download source code (5771 downloads previously): AutoIt Windows Screenshooter v1.79 Build 2018-05-08.7z (version 220.127.116.11+ needed!)
You are not allowed to sell this code or just parts of it in a commercial project or modify it and distribute it with a different name!
Download compiled Exe only: 4shared / Media Fire / Softpedia (1.54mb)
Distributing copies of the program in compiled format (exe) must be free of any fee!
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It is designed for Vista+ operating systems with AERO enabled! E.g. on WinXP machines some functions are not working properly and might crash the application!
AV scanners may have a negative impact the execution of compiled exe and might report any malware. I guarantee that there is no malicious code in the source code / exe!!!
Basic Image Editor:
Click link for an enhanced version of Watermark Image.
main code by UEZ additional code (alphabetical order) by Authenticity, AutoItObject Team, Eemuli, Eukalyptus, funkey, _Kurt, martin, monoceres, ProgAndy, taietel, trancexx, Ward, wolf9228 and Yashied! mesale0077 for turkish translation wakillon for french translation AZJIO for russian translation Keys:
User your mouse to scroll preview window or
Numpad 8: Scroll preview window up
Numpad 2: Scroll preview window down
Numpad 4: Scroll preview window left
Numpad 6: Scroll preview window right
Numpad +: zoom in preview window or mousewheel down
Numpad -: zoom out preview window or mousewheel up
F1: capture again on last position
F5: refresh Windows Name list
PRINTSCREEN: take screenshot from whole screen
ALT+PRINTSCR: take a screenshot from active window
F10: Undo made changes with Image Editing function
F11: take screenshot from whole screen incl mouse cursor
F12: take screenshot from whole screen
Ctrl+Alt+F9 start "Grab Screen" mode
Ctrl+Alt+F12: take a screenshot from active window using alternative screenshot functionality (beta)!
Ctrl+r: call ruler
Ctrl+s: save current displayed image
Ctrl+x: exit program
ctrl+w: call web grab input field (availabe only when Aero is enabled)
Ctrl+i: call image editor
Ctrl+m: call watermark editor
Only available on Vista+ os: double click with rmb on list items to use alternative screenshot functionality (beta)!
When 'Grab Screen' is clicked you can hold down the ctrl key to switch to 'grab controls' mode. Control under mouse will be framed red.
ctrl + shift will take the screenshot of appropriate control. To capture GUI menues you can press rmb which simulates the lmb. When a menu is opened press shift additionaly to capture it.
Press and hold only the shift key to capture any region on the desktop using freehand capturing - release it so capture marked regions!
Or just mark resizeable area which you want to grab. Press CTRL key to grab marked area or right mouse button to capture the marked area every x seconds for a duration of y seconds.
When saving the image just enter the extension you whish to use (*.jpg;*.png;*.bmp;*.gif;*.tif;*.pdf). Big thanks to taietel for his PDF UDF!
g: text config
To start the app minimized just call it "Windows Screenshooter.exe /min"
Maybe it is useful for someone...
Any kind of comment is welcome.
I'm a work on a background see and click bot project
I can complete it if your help me
(using imagesearch , gdi+ and fastfind)
I would like to know if it's possible to pass an image recognition (captcha) system.
What are the ways to achieve this?
Just the references or links is enough for me by now.
Thanks by now!
Dear AutoIT Community.
I am currently working on a program that will display lots of images in a scroll down GUI.
I create the GUI based on the number of images, which works fine.
But all images I place using GuiCtrlCreatePic above a threshold of around 32000 pixels (cant say exactly) are placed at negative locations and finally will reach 0 again
and will then populate on top of the images placed there before.
For $i = 1 To $Images ; Get picture dimensions $hImage = _GDIPlus_ImageLoadFromFile($ImgRep & $Images[$i]) $iX = _GDIPlus_ImageGetWidth($hImage) $iY = _GDIPlus_ImageGetHeight($hImage) _GDIPlus_ImageDispose($hImage) ; Resize & place images in GUI $Pic[$i] = GUICtrlCreatePic($ImgRep & $Images[$i], $Spacer, Round($yPos, 0), $MaxImgWidth, $MaxImgWidth * ($iY / $iX)) $yPos = $yPos + $MaxImgWidth * ($iY / $iX) + $Spacer $log = $log & "|" & $yPos $currentlut = $Images Next I have found a limit at 32767 pixels for some GUI elements when googling around.
Can someone tell me how to circumvent that?