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Scripty

i wonder if there was a way to break out of the do/until code if the expression did occur within an half hour?

regards me :)

ps.Peace Melba23 its not the same i need it for

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water

You then have two conditions to exit the loop if met: expression and timer.

Have a look at TimerInit/TimerDiff.

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Scripty

You then have two conditions to exit the loop if met: expression and timer. Have a look at TimerInit/TimerDiff.

is this possible to make?

I want it to sleep in "do" period so no code there

Do

Local $begin = TimerInit()

Sleep(18000000)

Local $dif = TimerDiff($begin)

until PixelGetColor(1120, 800) = "0x00FF00" or if $dif then

exit 0

endif

its my newbie way error handling :)

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BrewManNH

That will never work.

This might.

Local $begin = TimerInit()
Do
    If TimerDiff($begin) >= 1800000 Then ExitLoop
Until PixelGetColor(1120, 800) = "0x00FF00"
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water

Put the Sleep in your loop and reduce it to Sleep(1000) so it waits for a second and then checks the color again. If TimerDiff > 18000000 then exit the loop.

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Scripty

thx guys this realy starting to help :)

if the loop is met by the timer, can i then have it to

send keys/mousemoves that it will not do if it was met by the pixelcolor? so:

Local $begin = TimerInit()
Do
    If TimerDiff($begin) >= 1800000 Then

send("{Key}")
sleep(xxxx)
mouseclick("right", xxx, xxx,)
sleep(xxxx)
send("{key}")
exitloop 1
Until PixelGetColor(1120, 800) = "0x00FF00"

but it says : ==> "Until" statement with no matching "Do" statement.:

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BrewManNH

You're missing an EndIf

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