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Does anyone have experience with transparency on _ImageSearch?  The code attached finds the image "base.bmp" but at position 0,0 not near the center of the screen as it appears. My goal is to find the Big Blue "G" regardless of the background.  I have not yet found the base image, so I have not tested changing the background. Do you have to use image formats that support transparency?  If so, how would you capture the image from within autoit code and set the transparency color?

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ImageSearch.au3

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      Use MouseClick()  mybe must/need:
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