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Pixel search

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Local $aCoord = PixelSearch(0, 0, 20, 300, 0xFF0000)
If Not @error Then
    MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", "X and Y are: " & $aCoord[0] & "," & $aCoord[1])
EndIf

 

so i got this code but i want it to when it dosent find that collor it will go to the next part in the program so how do i change that ?? and i want it to loop if  the color is there can someone plz help me

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What is the name of the application you're trying to automate, not the name of the program you're using to do the automation. We already know you're using AutoIt (obviously) otherwise you wouldn't be here.


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its a program where the pixel will change after some time  so i dont know any other way to do it @BrewManNH

 

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By your total lack of response I'm going with it's some game, so I'm out.


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its for a mail program at work Xd because all the spam mails have a red collor at it @BrewManNH

 

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

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no it dosent @Bert

 

 

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What is the mail client that you are using?  If it is web client, you can use IE UDF.

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