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Hi forum.

Any body know hot to do PixelParten search? maybe it call PixelMatrix, PixelArray, StringPixel?

I need to search string of pixel first Red second Green, third Yellow. I meen like screenshot.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I seen a function on the internet somewhere the other day, which would seem to fit your needs, I'll try to find it again.

EDIT: Actually it was pixelchecksumsearch.

http://autoitcoding.boards.net/thread/10/search-screen-pixel-checksum

You could alter it to fit your needs, or just get a checksum of red green yellow and pass that to it.

Edited by JohnOne

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1 hour ago, JohnOne said:

I seen a function on the internet somewhere the other day, which would seem to fit your needs, I'll try to find it again.

I need a sample of code. if you can find I'll thank you.

 

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1 hour ago, JohnOne said:

There is a link above.

I don't understand how to write in AutoIt. It will be each time to find the first red square in the upper left corner

 

 

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Start at help file.

Opt("PixelCoordMode", 1)
HotKeySet("{Esc}", "_Exit")


$__x = 43
$__y = 156
$__width = 10
$__height = 10
Sleep(3000)

$col = PixelGetColor($__x, $__y) ;Get top left color or checksum area
$sum = PixelChecksum($__x, $__y, $__x + $__width, $__y + $__height) ; Get checksum of area

$timer = TimerInit()
_PictureSearch($col, $sum)
$time = TimerDiff($timer)
ConsoleWrite($time & @LF)



Func _PictureSearch($Color, $Checksum)
    $iX = @DesktopWidth
    $iY = @DesktopHeight
    $myY = 0
    Do
        $aPos = PixelSearch(0, $myY, $iX, $iY, $Color)
        If IsArray($aPos) Then
            If PixelChecksum($aPos[0], $aPos[1], $aPos[0] + 10, $aPos[1] + 10) = $Checksum Then
                MouseMove($aPos[0], $aPos[1], 0)
                Sleep(1000) ; Just to show it working
            EndIf
            _SearchX($aPos[0], $aPos[1])
            $myY = $aPos[1] + 1
        Else
            $myY = @DesktopHeight
        EndIf
    Until $myY >= @DesktopHeight
EndFunc   ;==>_PictureSearch

Func _SearchX($X, $Y)
    Local $a
    Do
        $a = PixelSearch($X + 1, $Y, @DesktopWidth, $Y, $col)
        If IsArray($a) Then
            $X = $a[0]
            If PixelChecksum($a[0], $a[1], $a[0] + 10, $a[1] + 10) = $sum Then
                MouseMove($a[0], $a[1], 0)
            EndIf
        Else
            $X = @DesktopWidth
        EndIf
    Until $X >= @DesktopWidth

EndFunc   ;==>_SearchX

Func _Exit()
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>_Exit

 


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1 hour ago, JohnOne said:

Start at help file.

Opt("PixelCoordMode", 1)
HotKeySet("{Esc}", "_Exit")


$__x = 43
$__y = 156
$__width = 10
$__height = 10
Sleep(3000)

$col = PixelGetColor($__x, $__y) ;Get top left color or checksum area
$sum = PixelChecksum($__x, $__y, $__x + $__width, $__y + $__height) ; Get checksum of area

$timer = TimerInit()
_PictureSearch($col, $sum)
$time = TimerDiff($timer)
ConsoleWrite($time & @LF)



Func _PictureSearch($Color, $Checksum)
    $iX = @DesktopWidth
    $iY = @DesktopHeight
    $myY = 0
    Do
        $aPos = PixelSearch(0, $myY, $iX, $iY, $Color)
        If IsArray($aPos) Then
            If PixelChecksum($aPos[0], $aPos[1], $aPos[0] + 10, $aPos[1] + 10) = $Checksum Then
                MouseMove($aPos[0], $aPos[1], 0)
                Sleep(1000) ; Just to show it working
            EndIf
            _SearchX($aPos[0], $aPos[1])
            $myY = $aPos[1] + 1
        Else
            $myY = @DesktopHeight
        EndIf
    Until $myY >= @DesktopHeight
EndFunc   ;==>_PictureSearch

Func _SearchX($X, $Y)
    Local $a
    Do
        $a = PixelSearch($X + 1, $Y, @DesktopWidth, $Y, $col)
        If IsArray($a) Then
            $X = $a[0]
            If PixelChecksum($a[0], $a[1], $a[0] + 10, $a[1] + 10) = $sum Then
                MouseMove($a[0], $a[1], 0)
            EndIf
        Else
            $X = @DesktopWidth
        EndIf
    Until $X >= @DesktopWidth

EndFunc   ;==>_SearchX

Func _Exit()
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>_Exit

 

Don't know how it can be useful to meCan you explain in more detail ?

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1 hour ago, JohnOne said:

 

 

Can you help me and edit this code?

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1 hour ago, Masheen said:

Don't know how it can be useful to meCan you explain in more detail ?

Sounds more like "Can you write this for me because I don't want to learn how to do it for myself."


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1 hour ago, BrewManNH said:

Sounds more like "Can you write this for me because I don't want to learn how to do it for myself."

no it is not true. Maybe other solution will be usefull and understandble for me

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1 hour ago, BrewManNH said:

Sounds more like "Can you write this for me because I don't want to learn how to do it for myself."

yesterday you give me right way in my question and I was able to understand

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Before we go further - this isn't for a game is it? If it is, then understand that is against forum rules. If it isn't, then there is many better ways to hook into controls than to use pixel search. You have pictures of what you want to look for but the links are broken. 

Also, you make want to look here on learning to code in AutoIt. This will really help you in understanding what we are telling you. 

 

 

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If you have scite in full screen, and run this code from it, it should find the scite icon.

if there were 20 scite icons it would find them all.

You can figure out how to adapt it to your needs, and if you cannot, you are not ready to even try to write the code you want to.

I took replaced some magic numbers from original linked code.

Opt("PixelCoordMode", 1)
HotKeySet("{Esc}", "_Exit")

;Sleep(3000)
; Here you define the screen position of a known image
;  The image can be 1x1 pixels if you like
$__x = 10
$__y = 10
$__width = 10
$__height = 10
Sleep(3000)

; This part of code is getting the top left pixel color
;  and the checksum of the above defined area
$col = PixelGetColor($__x, $__y) ;Get top left color of checksum area
$sum = PixelChecksum($__x, $__y, $__x + $__width, $__y + $__height) ; Get checksum of area

; Here is the simple example
$timer = TimerInit()
_PictureSearch($col, $sum)
$time = TimerDiff($timer)
ConsoleWrite($time & @LF)



Func _PictureSearch($Color, $Checksum)
    $iX = @DesktopWidth
    $iY = @DesktopHeight
    $myY = 0
    Do
        $aPos = PixelSearch(0, $myY, $iX, $iY, $Color)
        If IsArray($aPos) Then
            If PixelChecksum($aPos[0], $aPos[1], $aPos[0] + $__width, $aPos[1] + $__height) = $Checksum Then
                MouseMove($aPos[0], $aPos[1], 0)
                Sleep(1000) ; Just to show it working
            EndIf
            _SearchX($aPos[0], $aPos[1])
            $myY = $aPos[1] + 1
        Else
            $myY = @DesktopHeight
        EndIf
    Until $myY >= @DesktopHeight
EndFunc   ;==>_PictureSearch

Func _SearchX($X, $Y)
    Local $a
    Do
        $a = PixelSearch($X + 1, $Y, @DesktopWidth, $Y, $col)
        If IsArray($a) Then
            $X = $a[0]
            If PixelChecksum($a[0], $a[1], $a[0] + $__width, $a[1] + $__height) = $sum Then
                MouseMove($a[0], $a[1], 0)
            EndIf
        Else
            $X = @DesktopWidth
        EndIf
    Until $X >= @DesktopWidth

EndFunc   ;==>_SearchX

Func _Exit()
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>_Exit

 


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3 hours ago, JohnOne said:

If you have scite in full screen, and run this code from it, it should find the scite icon.

if there were 20 scite icons it would find them all.

You can figure out how to adapt it to your needs, and if you cannot, you are not ready to even try to write the code you want to.

I took replaced some magic numbers from original linked code.

Opt("PixelCoordMode", 1)
HotKeySet("{Esc}", "_Exit")

;Sleep(3000)
; Here you define the screen position of a known image
;  The image can be 1x1 pixels if you like
$__x = 10
$__y = 10
$__width = 10
$__height = 10
Sleep(3000)

; This part of code is getting the top left pixel color
;  and the checksum of the above defined area
$col = PixelGetColor($__x, $__y) ;Get top left color of checksum area
$sum = PixelChecksum($__x, $__y, $__x + $__width, $__y + $__height) ; Get checksum of area

; Here is the simple example
$timer = TimerInit()
_PictureSearch($col, $sum)
$time = TimerDiff($timer)
ConsoleWrite($time & @LF)



Func _PictureSearch($Color, $Checksum)
    $iX = @DesktopWidth
    $iY = @DesktopHeight
    $myY = 0
    Do
        $aPos = PixelSearch(0, $myY, $iX, $iY, $Color)
        If IsArray($aPos) Then
            If PixelChecksum($aPos[0], $aPos[1], $aPos[0] + $__width, $aPos[1] + $__height) = $Checksum Then
                MouseMove($aPos[0], $aPos[1], 0)
                Sleep(1000) ; Just to show it working
            EndIf
            _SearchX($aPos[0], $aPos[1])
            $myY = $aPos[1] + 1
        Else
            $myY = @DesktopHeight
        EndIf
    Until $myY >= @DesktopHeight
EndFunc   ;==>_PictureSearch

Func _SearchX($X, $Y)
    Local $a
    Do
        $a = PixelSearch($X + 1, $Y, @DesktopWidth, $Y, $col)
        If IsArray($a) Then
            $X = $a[0]
            If PixelChecksum($a[0], $a[1], $a[0] + $__width, $a[1] + $__height) = $sum Then
                MouseMove($a[0], $a[1], 0)
            EndIf
        Else
            $X = @DesktopWidth
        EndIf
    Until $X >= @DesktopWidth

EndFunc   ;==>_SearchX

Func _Exit()
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>_Exit

 

Thanks I looked at the example, I opened a Pain and created a lot of pixels at row (red, yellow, green), and multiplied them throughout the document. And in the macro indicated the coordinate of the first red pixel followed by the desired color and indicated a width of 3 pixels and a height of 1 pixel. For a long time but he found them all. now I can't figure out how to putt him what he needs to look for being put into this checksum has these colors in this sequence xy(0.1)Red xy(0.2)Yellow xy(0.3)Green

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Masheen,

When you reply, please use the "Reply to this topic" button at the top of the thread or the "Reply to this topic" editor at the bottom rather than the "Quote" button - we know what we wrote and it just pads the thread unnecessarily. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

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Thanks I looked at the example, I opened a Pain and created a lot of pixels at row (red, yellow, green), and multiplied them throughout the document. And in the macro indicated the coordinate of the first red pixel followed by the desired color and indicated a width of 3 pixels and a height of 1 pixel. For a long time but he found them all. now I can't figure out how to putt him what he needs to look for being put into this checksum has these colors in this sequence xy(0.1)Red xy(0.2)Yellow xy(0.3)Green

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   Maybe like that. Plz amend and correct me

 

$aPosRed= PixelSearch(0, 0, @DesktopWidth,@DesktopHeight, 0xRed)
   if IsArray($aPosRed) Then
      $aPosYellow=PixelSearch($aPosRed[0]+1,$aPosRed[1],$aPosRed[0]+1,$aPosRed[1, 0xYellow)
      If IsArray($aPosYellow) Then
         $aPosGreen=PixelSearch($aPosYellow[0]+1,$aPosYellow[1],$aPosYellow[0]+1,$aPosYellow[1, 0xGreen)
         If IsArray($aPosYellow) Then
            MsgBox(0,"","GOOD")
         EndIf
      EndIf
   EndIf
   
      

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ok thx all. its work. I create in paint RedYellowGreen pixel row and do it code its find/ Thx all for help. By the way how i can edit my posts?

$myX=0
$myY=0
Do
   $aPosRed = PixelSearch(0, 260, @DesktopWidth,260, 0xED1C24)
   if IsArray($aPosRed) Then
      $aPosYellow = PixelSearch($aPosRed[0]+1,$aPosRed[1],$aPosRed[0]+1,$aPosRed[1], 0xFFF200)
      If IsArray($aPosYellow) Then
         $aPosGreen = PixelSearch($aPosYellow[0]+1,$aPosYellow[1],$aPosYellow[0]+1,$aPosYellow[1], 0x22B14C)
         If IsArray($aPosGreen) Then
            MsgBox(0,"","GOOD")
         EndIf
      EndIf
   EndIf
$myX=$myX+1
$myY=$myY+1
Until $myX=@DesktopWidth

 

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