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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Fine, I admit it, i'm a noob :3

Many people have been talking about  Pixelsearch, Mousemove, and GUIs, so I have a few questions

Heres a little code:

$coord1 = PixelSearch(250,150,550,450,0xE8041F [,5[,2]])
$coord2 = PixelSearch(250,150,550,450,0xE41800 [,5[,2]])
$coord3 = PixelSearch(250,150,550,450,0x8B0625 [,5[,2]])
$coord4 = PixelSearch(250,150,550,450,0xE31A22 [,5[,2]])

 

Can i just say 

 

Mousemove($coord1,$coord1 [, 1])
Mousemove($coord2,$coord2 [, 1])
Mousemove($coord3,$coord3 [, 1])
Mousemove($coord4,$coord4 [, 1])

And it would work? o_O

I'll Do GUIs laterz

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

PixelSearch()
Returns a two-element array of pixel's coordinates. (Array[0] = x, Array[1] = y).

That means $coord1 has 2 parts after you make it equal PixelSearch().

$coord1[0]; x

$coord1[1]; y

;                         x          ,       y

mousemove($coord1[0], $coord1[1])

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Mousemove($coord1[0],$coord1[1] [, 1])
Mousemove($coord2[0],$coord2[1] [, 1])
Mousemove($coord3[0],$coord3[1] [, 1])
Mousemove($coord4[0],$coord4[1] [, 1])
$coord1 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0xE8041F [,5[,2]])
$coord2 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0xE41800 [,5[,2]])
$coord3 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0x8B0625 [,5[,2]])
$coord4 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0xE31A22 [,5[,2]])

 

 

So that would work? o_O

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First PixelSearch returns an array. Second, the bracket around the parameters in a function example are only there to show you that they're optional parameters, do NOT use the brackets.


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Cool

 

Mousemove($coord1[0],$coord1[1] , 1)

Mousemove($coord2[0],$coord2[1] , 1)
Mousemove($coord3[0],$coord3[1] , 1)
Mousemove($coord4[0],$coord4[1] , 1)
$coord1 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0xE8041F ,5,2)
$coord2 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0xE41800 ,5,2)
$coord3 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0x8B0625 ,5,2)
$coord4 = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth/2-150,@DesktopHeight/2+150,@DesktopWidth-100,@DesktopHeight-100,0xE31A22 ,5,2)

 

 

This?

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I personally would do it like this, mainly because each of your PixelSearch commands are using the same parameters except for the color being looked for.

#include <Constants.au3>
Global $aColors[5] = [4, 0xE8041F, 0xE41800, 0x8B0625, 0xE31A22]
For $Loop = 1 to $aColors[0]
    $coord = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth / 2 - 150, @DesktopHeight / 2 + 150, @DesktopWidth - 100, @DesktopHeight - 100, $aColors[$Loop], 5, 2)
    If Not @error Then
        MouseMove($coord[0], $coord[1], 1)
        MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Found", "Found the color")
    EndIf
Next

 


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I personally would do it like this, mainly because each of your PixelSearch commands are using the same parameters except for the color being looked for.

#include <Constants.au3>
Global $aColors[5] = [4, 0xE8041F, 0xE41800, 0x8B0625, 0xE31A22]
For $Loop = 1 to $aColors[0]
    $coord = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth / 2 - 150, @DesktopHeight / 2 + 150, @DesktopWidth - 100, @DesktopHeight - 100, $aColors[$Loop], 5, 2)
    If Not @error Then
        MouseMove($coord[0], $coord[1], 1)
        MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Found", "Found the color")
    EndIf
Next

Look Like I just got lost >.<

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Marvens01, did you try the code BrewManNH suggested? Are you getting an error? We need a little more, such as where you are getting lost :)


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JLogan:  I think I know what he's getting lost on, having experienced it before.  Following the code.  Perhaps a basic understanding of programming and logic flow would be in order?


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I don't want a code, I want to learn TO code, and explanation.

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I don't want a code, I want to learn TO code, and explanation.

 

Here's the same script, with comments as to what is going on.

 

#include <Constants.au3>
Global $aColors[5] = [4, 0xE8041F, 0xE41800, 0x8B0625, 0xE31A22] ; assign the 4 different colors you're looking for to an array
For $Loop = 1 to $aColors[0] ; loop through the array
    ;Search for the color using pixel search, the color being looked for is the color code in the array $aColors{$Loop] element
    $coord = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth / 2 - 150, @DesktopHeight / 2 + 150, @DesktopWidth - 100, @DesktopHeight - 100, $aColors[$Loop], 5, 2) 
    If Not @error Then ; if the pixelsearch returns without an error, that means it found the color being looked for
        MouseMove($coord[0], $coord[1], 1) ; move the mouse to the coordinates that the color was found at
        MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Found", "Found the color") ; for informational purposes only
    EndIf
Next ; repeat the loop until we've searched for every color

If you're having trouble understanding the whole array thing, I'd suggest this Array tutorial.


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What happens if you want to loop this without the messagebox?

I really wanna learn Loop

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What have you tried?


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IDK loop :/ Do I just add Loop at the end???

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IDK loop :/ Do I just add Loop at the end???

I'd suggest opening the help file and start doing some reading on the basics.

Specifically, While/Do loops or For...Next loops.


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I'd suggest opening the help file and start doing some reading on the basics.

Specifically, While/Do loops or For...Next loops.

O_O What?

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They're the fundamentals to any programming language. Do you know about the help file? Hit F1 and search while.


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Thanks :D

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#19 ·  Posted (edited)

Loops, by Joshua Songer.

All loops have two parts. A beginning and an end.
Some loops have a condition to exit, and some loops have an increment variable; possibly increment amount (step).
example 1:
while 1;      1 is true so this just loops until a exitloop is encountered by the script.
     ;stuff in loop
wend;return to while 1 statement

example 2:;count that's 9 iterations of this here loop
for $i= 0 to 8
     ;stuff in loop
next;return to for $i statement

example 3:

#include <GUIConstants.au3>;defines $gui_event_close
$hgui= guicreate("Window Title", 320, 200);create gui window return reference to $hgui
guisetstate();this shows the damn gui
do;loop begining
     $msg= guigetmsg();pull gui event
until $msg= $gui_event_close;test for gui close event else return to do statement

I hope you enjoy your programming experience.

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