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Since i smell gamebot or similar here, i will just give you a hint

Use the autoit option for PixelCoordMode with combination of PixelSearch() to get the exact coord where the color is found. 

Post your code and sample image, so we (i) know bit more what exactly has to be done.

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6 hours ago, JustSomeone said:

Since i smell gamebot or similar here, i will just give you a hint

Use the autoit option for PixelCoordMode with combination of PixelSearch() to get the exact coord where the color is found. 

Post your code and sample image, so we (i) know bit more what exactly has to be done.

searching on a .bmp image

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@DuyAnh that screenshot looks amazingly like a CAPTCHA image, am I correct?

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That didn't answer the question, please explain what precisely you are doing. Help us help you.

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On 12/1/2016 at 8:30 PM, JLogan3o13 said:

That didn't answer the question, please explain what precisely you are doing. Help us help you.

I want to do automated program identifies the value of the banknote

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