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ImageSearch from a BMP File ( Need Help )

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Hello , I'm trying to image search from another image.

#include "ImageSearch.au3"
#include "ScreenCapture.au3"
$Image_x = 0
$Image_y = 0
$HBMP = _ScreenCapture_Capture("")
$Result = _ImageSearch("Image.bmp",0, $Image_x,  $Image_y,0, $HBMP)
If $Result = 1 Then


I can detect image with this method. But i need to detect from a file.If I handling 'image.bmp' , can i get some results ? Thanks Autoit Forum.

Edited by Loken

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Not sure i understood the question, if you want to load an image directly, maybe you could use _GDIPlus_BitmapCreateFromFile

There are conversions and stuff if it doesn't work out-of-the-box

MsgBox(0,"",$Image_x&","$Image_y) is missing a "&"

Where'd you get that udf? would be nice, to test the code.

Edited by careca


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I want to imagesearch on background, i tried  _GDIPlus_BitmapCreateFromFile too , i make some mistakes and i dont know what is these.

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