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How should i go about repeating this section if@error? I want it to try again if it can not find the PixelSearch then move on to the next Search.

While 1
    $cords = PixelSearch(564, 188,710, 350,0x380030)
   If Not (@error) Then
      MouseClick("Left",$cords[0],$cords[1],1,1)
      EndIf
      If (@error) Then
        ??????
      EndIf

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If i got what you mean this should work.

While 1
    $cords = PixelSearch(564, 188,710, 350,0x380030)
   If Not (@error) Then
      MouseClick("Left",$cords[0],$cords[1],1,1)
      ExitLoop
   EndIf
WEnd

Saludos

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