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neither _imagesearch _imageseracharea can find any images

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#include <ImageSearch.au3>

Global $running = 0, $testx=0, $testy=0, $butts=0

HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate")
HotKeySet("{SPACE}", "togglerun")

Func Terminate()
    Exit 0
EndFunc   ;==>Terminate

Func togglerun()
    If $running = 0 Then
        $running = 1
        TrayTip("", "Program Started", 3)
    ElseIf $running = 1 Then
        $running = 0
        TrayTip("", "Program Paused", 3)
EndIf


    EndFunc   ;==>togglerun

While 1 = 1

While $running = 0
    sleep(500)
WEnd

while $running = 1
    local $butts=0
    $butts = _ImageSearch("ait.bmp", 1, $testx,$testy,200)
    if $butts = 1 Then
        TrayTip("", "Image Found!", 3)
    ElseIf $butts = 0 Then
        TrayTip("", "FAILED", 3)
    EndIf
    $running=0

WEnd

WEnd

I'm kinda getting sad at this. I've been trying for hours now, literally. I'm actually wondering if I've got an outdated version of _imagesearch. I've read many other help threads, and in a couple of them the answer was "Get the newest version of _imagesearch" but i've looked, and cannot find an official link. Is there one? A couple of the links i've found were even dead links.

This program works wonderfully, except for one thing. It never finds the image. I get a traytip of "FAILED" every time.

As you can see i've even turned up the tolerance really high, it still cant find it.

I've included my version of _imagesearch. Hopefully it's just outdated and that's why it cant find it.

Is there anything else I can tell you to help you help me?

Thanks.

imagesearch.zip

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Yeah, that's probably like... way over my head. Until yesterday i was still writing scripts that basically said "Click, sleep, click, sleep"

But i'm always learning, and i'm gonna give it a shot.

In the meantime, if anyone else knows how to get imagesearch to work....

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You need to specify the path to your image better, try @scriptdir & "ait.bmp"

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Yeah, that's probably like... way over my head. Until yesterday i was still writing scripts that basically said "Click, sleep, click, sleep"

But i'm always learning, and i'm gonna give it a shot.

In the meantime, if anyone else knows how to get imagesearch to work....

Why not do it right? Your saying "yea, I know I'm doing it the hard way that is unstable and is buggy as hell and I COULD do it easier but I rather keep doing it the hard way."

Give it a try. You will be glad you did.

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But i'm always learning, and i'm gonna give it a shot.

 

 

Thanks, I already said I would. I've read over the code you linked and I'm working to understand it. In the meantime I've already written a program that does exactly what I need, with one exception. Once it works I'l have lots of time to devote to learning something new.

 

You need to specify the path to your image better, try @scriptdir & "ait.bmp"

 

Yeah, that didn't work either. I'm starting to think there's something seriously wrong with the copy of imagesearch i'm using. Going to work on another method.

Thank you both.

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