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Do you have a working imagesearch.au3 with working dll?

and how can i gethandle and send keyboard/mouse commands to hidden d3d window?

 

i have tried imagesearch2015 but im getting dll error every time and tried older imagesearchs too in forum what i found.

i have tried many things to send commands to hidden/background d3dwindow still nothing works.

Can you help me please?

 

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Its not about game. all these topics for notepad everything works on notepad. Really noone sharing a working udf or something for a d3dwindow handle

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Maybe because no one is using a d3dwindow handle (my only knowledge of it is some obscure Logitech software). How about you provide less a little more information about the application you're trying to automate, rather than expecting everyone to simply guess at what you want?

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Its a bin file and window class is d3d, just cant handle window. I can active it select window or simple things with just window tittle. Maybe need PID or something? I want  ideas

and im looking for an imagesearch too im getting dllcall error. How can i fix it?

Made many things with pixel search but pixelsearch not enough for all

 

 

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Again, you're not providing the code you're using. So you're asking us to first guess at what you're doing and then troubleshoot for you. What is returned when you hover over the window with the Window Info Tool? Show the results


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$hwindow = WinGetHandle($title)

KeySend($hwindow,0x58)
SimulKey($hwindow, 0x58, 0, "skip", 100)

ControlClick($hwindow, "", "[CLASS:D3D Window]", "right", "1", 606, 499)

ControlSend($hwindow, "", "[CLASS:D3D Window]", "x")

 

and other 

Func _Send_Virtual_Key($iCode)
    If Not IsInt($iCode) Then Return
    DllCall('user32.dll', 'int', 'keybd_event', 'int', $iCode, 'int', 0, 'int', 0, 'ptr', 0)
    DllCall('user32.dll', 'int', 'keybd_event', 'int', $iCode, 'int', 0, 'int', 2, 'ptr', 0)
EndFunc

imagesearch.zip

keytextsend.au3

simulekeys.au3

clickdrag.au3

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Well, as you are purposely not answering the questions posed, it becomes apparent you do not want any real assistance. Good luck on your endeavors :)

 


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I made many codes cant share all because its working fine.

As i said imagesearch not works.. firtly searching for a solution for it

Just a simple part of them:

Func ash()
    sleep(300)
    $CoordAsh1 = PixelSearch(290, 55, 360, 90, 0x47B373)
    $CoordAsh2 = PixelSearch(310, 55, 400, 70, 0xB8B9B3)
    $CoordAsh3 = PixelSearch(255, 55, 355, 90, 0x292031)
    If IsArray($CoordAsh1) = True and IsArray($CoordAsh2) = True and IsArray($CoordAsh3) = True Then
          SetLog("Found the ash", $COLOR_RED)
          $searchsrcount = 0
          try1()
     Else
          sleep(100)
          SetLog("Cant find ash", $COLOR_RED)
          send("{tab}")
          sleep(100)
          $searchsrcount = $searchsrcount + 1
          sleep(150)
    EndIf
     If $searchsrcount > 15 Then
        SoundSetWaveVolume(100)
        Beep(500, 1000)
     EndIf
EndFunc

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11 minutes ago, magmet00 said:

I made many codes cant share all because its working fine.

As you seem to avoid answering the question, I can only assume this is game related and as such close the topic.
PM me with prove I am wrong and I will open it again for you.

Either way: Ensure you fully understand  our forum rules before continuing. 

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