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Do
   $Search1 = _ImageSearch('img1.bmp', 0, $X, $Y, 0)
    Sleep(100)
 Until $Search1 = 1
   Sleep(100)
   MouseClick("LEFT",$X,$Y,1,1)

Hi guys, I have this code and I would like it to keep left clicking on the image until another one is found. Any ideas on what I need to do? Help is appreciated, thank you

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Xenobiologist

What about a little if statement.

If image found then MouseClick else ... put that in the loop.


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Unweighted

What about a little if statement.

If image found then MouseClick else ... put that in the loop.

Do
   If $Search1 = _ImageSearch('img1.bmp', 0, $X, $Y, 0) Then
    Sleep(100)
   MouseClick("LEFT",$X,$Y,1,1)
   Until $Search2

Something like this or? :S sorry very new to AutoIt

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JLogan3o13

You say keep clicking on the image until another one is found. What triggers the other image to appear, or what does the window look like? There may be a much easier way to announce the appearance of the second image than an ImageSearch.


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Unweighted

Explain more please

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JLogan3o13

Hi, Unweighted. How about posting what you did to resolve it. This may help someone searching on the same issue in the future ;)


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Do
$Search4 = _ImageSearch('img1.bmp', 0, $X, $Y, 0)
Sleep(100)
Until $Search4 = 1
Sleep(1000)
MouseMove($X, $Y, 1)
MouseClick("left")
popup()
$xx = 0
$yy = 0
Do
$Search5 = _ImageSearch('img2.bmp',1,$xx, $yy,0)
MouseMove($X, $Y, 1)
Sleep(700)
MouseClick("left")
until $Search5 = 1
Sleep(7000)
MouseMove($xx, $yy, 1)
Sleep(7000)
MouseClick("left")

Someone suggested that I use something like this, but it doesn't seem to be working...

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Do
$Search4 = _ImageSearch('img1.bmp', 0, $X, $Y, 0)
Sleep(100)
Until $Search4 = 1
Sleep(1000)
MouseMove($X, $Y, 1)
MouseClick("left")
popup()
$xx = 0
$yy = 0
Do
$Search5 = _ImageSearch('img2.bmp',1,$xx, $yy,0)
MouseMove($X, $Y, 1)
Sleep(700)
MouseClick("left")
until $Search5 = 1
Sleep(7000)
MouseMove($xx, $yy, 1)
Sleep(7000)
MouseClick("left")

Someone suggested that I use something like this, but it doesn't seem to be working...

Hi there,

I think you didnt post everything. I don't see any code error of this snippet.

Try to share a little more and your goal.

Cheers.


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Blue_Drache

What website or program are you trying to automate?  What you're doing sounds very suspicious and you're talking around the questions.


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