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How would i scan 4 different locations for a pixel change of grey to red then press a arrow key according to the place it detected the color change?

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Check for pixelsearch() and send() functions in help file


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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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dfz1100,

In the future, please create your topics with more meaningful titles. This is already a help forum so "help" as a title isn't really that helpful for someone looking at the posts...

As for your original question, have you got a screenshot containing the 4 locations? That will help.

Thanks!

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May I suggest reading the forum rules before posting the screenshot of the game you're trying to automate?

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:gathering: Though I had this feeling, I initially ignored it, but I have seen that the PixelSearch functions have mostly been misused (or so we call it), for these things a lot... Although this function is an inseparable part of AutoIt language.

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:bye: Hey there, was I helpful?

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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:gathering: Though I had this feeling, I initially ignored it, but I have seen that the PixelSearch functions have mostly been misused (or so we call it), for these things a lot... Although this function is an inseparable part of AutoIt language.

It's a needed part, honestly, as I've used it extensively for non-game automation of AS400 emulators and double checking screen scrapes and image positions on websites. The problem is ... 99% of the time, any question asked by a person with a low post-count regarding the use of PixelSearch() is going to run afoul of the rules.


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