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search a rectangle for 4 pixles ?

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Alexxander

hi all

im sorry to paste too many threads about pixel search but im still facing problems and every thread is a diffrent problem

 

how can i make pixel search for 4 pixels ?

i mean something like this

If PixelSearch(340,60,360,300,4558577) > 4 Then pix() 

so it works only when it find 4 pixels with this color 4558577 within the rectangle

any ideas ?

 

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BrewManNH

You need to do 4 searches.

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Alexxander

You need to do 4 searches.

thanks for fast replay buddy

if i made 4 searches fro the same pixel volor at the same rectangle i will have the same result with the 4 searches am i right ?


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JLogan3o13

It probably would have taken you less time to try it yourself than to post the question...

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√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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Alexxander

It probably would have taken you less time to try it yourself than to post the question...

i was trying to do this for 2 days ...


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BrewManNH

Obviously you'll need to change the parameters of the search as you do the subsequent searches. Search in stripes, if it finds a pixel in one place, start your next search from the first search's results and so on and so on.

0,0     0,10                                                            0,100

-------------------------------------------------------------------
|        X                                                                     |
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |
-------------------------------------------------------------------

Start searching at 0,0, pixel found at 0,10, second search starts at 0,11.

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Alexxander

thanks 

BrewManNH

 

you answer is helpfull but i found exactly what i want in  this UDF it is awesome


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