seppeke999

mousemove to color and afterwards exactly same amount of pixels back

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hey guys, 

i tried and tried but cant figure out how i can do this:

 

i want my script to find a color in a specified region (let's say x1,x2,y1,y2)

and if the color is in that area to move to it.

but i also search for a way to get the mouse move exactly the same amount of pixels (from colored pixel to original place back)

i'm sorry if this is an obvious one but i'm still just a noob...

 

thanks in advance, Sebastiaan

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check out pixelsearch

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note that there seem to be problems with MouseGetPos MouseMove when X or Y are negative.

 

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

This much of code will set the cursor back to it's original position. I would research what Inuno mentioned above about pixel searches.

$pos = MouseGetPos()
;Does something here :?
MouseMove($pos), $pos[1], 0)

 

Edited by aa2zz6

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Note: there is no problem with MouseGetPos with negative positions, but there is a problem with MouseMove with negative positions.


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