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Move mouse from coordinates.

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#include<img/img.au3>
#include <AutoItConstants.au3>

Func Skype()
$coords = imageSearch(0,0,-1,-1,"Skype.PNG")
MouseMove($coords[0],$coords[1])

[when it find the skype icon i want it to move from these coordinates, but of insted of moving to an expecific coordinate i want it to move down from these coordinates, (there is multiple images so i cant move to an specific image)] -- Kinda having trouble telling what i want cuz english isnt my first language, sorry about that. ;X
MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_LEFT)

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Fuzy

I kinda solved this already by modifying my desired folder icon so it just directly opens it, but im kinda curious on how can i actually move my mouse to an (ammount) of units down or up and left or right.

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Fuzy

K, found it!!! 

i just added this to the code

Func Skype()
$coords = imageSearch(0,0,-1,-1,"Skype.PNG")
MouseMove($coords[0],$coords[1])
    $OriginalX = MouseGetPos(0)
    $OriginalY = MouseGetPos(1)
    $MoveX = 50
    $MoveY = 200
MouseMove($OriginalX + $MoveX, $OriginalY + $MoveY, 5)

MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_LEFT)

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Fuzy

Is there any other ways of doing this? :)

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JLogan3o13

@Fuzy Please pay attention to where you post in the future. Not sure how the Examples forum could be any clearer:

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