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Multiple coordinates in varriable

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Hello,

Im working on one function which would save coordinatees of mouse into variable

Summary, if I would press F1, coordinates of mouse would save into $Pos[0], another F1 would save it into $Pos[1]....

After that I would like to call them into MouseClick

I have no idea how to deal with this. Im still learning and those deep variable arent my cup of tea

 

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Global $Pos[]

HotKeySet('{F1}', "_AltForPos")

Func _AltForPos()
    $Pos[0] = MouseGetPos()
EndFunc   ;==>_AltForPos

 

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Hi @Lyee, and welcome to the AutoIt forum :)

MouseGetPos() returns an array containing, in the first element of it ( $arrMousePos[0], for example ), the X position of the Mouse, and, in the second element of the array ( $arrMousePos[1], for example ), the Y position of the Mouse.

So, when you store the Mouse position ( X and Y ), you have to do something like this:

Global $arrMousePos = MouseGetPos()
_ArrayDisplay($arrMousePos, "Mouse Position")
; or
MsgBox($MB_ICONINFORMATION, "Mouse Position:", "X: " & $arrMousePos[0] & @CRLF & "Y: " & $arrMousePos[1])

Hope it helps :)

 

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You didnt get it. I know about this function.

I meant if I would press F1 it would save me for example '800, 600' another F1 would save me '420, 600'..

So it would be somehting like:

$Pos[0] = 800, 600

$Pos[1] = 420, 600

$Pos[2] = ...........

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@Lyee

You have to work a bit with HotKeySet() and MouseGetPos()...

If you want to store the X and Y position in a variable, you have to make a Global array, in which you store the X and Y Mouse Position, and the "storage" is done from your n HotKeySet() functions :)

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@junkew

I think the simplest thing ( which @orbs suggested too ) is to declare a multidimensional array ( Pos X and Pos Y ) in which you store X and Y positions, and the you ReDim it.


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Save the coords to ini file at each hotkey press.

Essencially

$Pos = MouseGetPos()

iniwrite $Pos[0] & $Pos[1] ;with propper syntax

 


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