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If pixel not found then MouseMove (help)

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#1 ·  Posted

Hello guys! Please be understanding that im new at AutoIT coding & i need a little bit help.

*** So, i make a small script that moves & click mouse button 1 when pixel is visible in specific region and do next actions. *** I want that if in specific region pixel is not found my mouse move a little bit for example up to search for that pixel in that specific region. 

*** $1 = PixelSearch($lewo, $gora, $prawo, $dol, $kolor ) ***

Thank you very much 4 the help! ^_^

 

$lewo  = 19
$gora  = 734
$prawo = 162
$dol   = 868
$kolor = 0xFEFEFE

$Walka = 1028
$Walka2 = 366

Start()
Func Start()

while 1
test ()
sleep(2000)
wend
EndFunc


Test()
Func test()    
                          
For $i=0 to 5
Do
$1 = PixelSearch($lewo, $gora, $prawo, $dol, $kolor )
Until not @error
MouseClick("left",$1[0],$1[1])
Do
MouseClick("left",$Walka,$Walka2)
Until not @error
Sleep(3000)
sleep(1000)
$zegar = PixelSearch(1293, 350, 1351, 393, 0xF89749)
If Not @error Then
send("^1")
MouseMove($zegar[0],$zegar[1])
MouseClick("left")
sleep(888)
send("^2")
Do
MouseClick("left")
sleep(700)
$wyjscie = PixelSearch(1300, 732, 1307, 740, 0xFFFFFF)
Until not @error
MouseMove($wyjscie[0],$wyjscie[1])
MouseClick("left")
Else
ContinueLoop
EndIf
Next
Endfunc

 

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#2 ·  Posted

If @error = 1 Then
    MouseMove(998, 319)
    MouseClick("left")
EndIf

I tried this but it does not work, i mean not quite working, it clicks in the same place all the time  *i want that it clicks only when pixel is not visible if its visible then it not clicks. Any ideas how to do it ? For sure some people here know what to do.  :think:

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

53 minutes ago, fir3 said:

MouseClick("left",$Walka,$Walka2)

Which game you are trying to automate ?

Please read again forum rules:

especially about automating games.

Edited by mLipok

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#4 ·  Posted

" Which game you are trying to automate ? "

mario bros 5

 

Ty. will ask on other forum i guess. :lol:

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#5 ·  Posted

u can delete thread.

l8r

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