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PixelSearch - rectangle coordinats

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(Sorry advance - my English can be bad...)

Hello!
I'm using PixelSearch function and I have problem - where is the vertices of the rectangle?
I guess I didn't explain the problem - I don't know where is :
left-upper point of rectangle?
left-lower point of rectangle?
right-upper point of rectangle?
right-lower point of rectangle?
Please, write me function format... for example:
PixelSearch(left-upper, left-lower, right-upper, right-lower)
P.S. I read russian documentation and not understand where is something...
P.P.S. I hope you can understand me...

 

 

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Hi, name123123 welcome to the forum. What application are you trying to manipulate? There is often a much easier way to do so than using pixelsearch.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

JLogan3o13, what the method? I wan't find fixed (fixed color) pixel and move mouse to that pixel's coordinats.
JohnOne, I said - I don't know - where is top and bottom...
I know what and where is left-upper, left-lower, right-upper, right-lower.
Left is left-upper or left-lower?
Right is right-upper or left-lower?

Edited by name123123

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In this example we're searching for red inside the rectangle below:

UL--------------------------------UR
|                                                 |
|                                                 |

|                                                 |
|                                                 |

|                                                 |
|                                                 |

LL--------------------------------LR

UL = 0,10

UR = 0,100

LL = 100,10

LR = 100, 100

PixelSearch(0, 10, 100, 100, 0xFF0000)


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

BrewManNH, thanks for answer! More understandable.
Now I can conduct testing with my script.
Thanks!

Edited by name123123

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Perhaps the program you're working with is causing a problem, what is it?


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