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Array of mouseclicks isn't working as expected

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OK so I'm going to run this by you guys as I'm pulling my hair out :'(

I have a website which is a simple grid and want to click each item on the grid which will run a report.

 

The code I have is to create an Array for the mouse coordinates

 

Global $ArrayForX[9]

$ArrayForX[0] = 141
$ArrayForX[1] = 141 + 202
$ArrayForX[2] = 141 + 202 + 202
$ArrayForX[3] = 141 + 202 + 202 +202
$ArrayForX[4] = 141 + 202 + 202 +202  + 202+ 202
$ArrayForX[5] = 141 + 202 + 202 +202  + 202+ 202+ 202
$ArrayForX[6] = 141 + 202 + 202 +202  + 202+ 202+ 202+ 202
$ArrayForX[7] = 141 + 202 + 202 +202  + 202+ 202+ 202+ 202+ 202
$ArrayForX[8] = 141 + 202 + 202 +202  + 202+ 202+ 202+ 202+ 202+ 202


Global $ArrayForY[30]

$ArrayForY[0]  = 330
$ArrayForY[1]  = 330+ 76
$ArrayForY[2]  = 330+ 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[3]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[4]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[5]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[6]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[7]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[8]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76
$ArrayForY[9]  = 330+ 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76 + 76

I then created a function  to click the grid

Func Trend_Pack()
   OpenIE("http://rptdev01az/Reports/browse/")
   
   MouseClick('primary', $ArrayForX[$X],$ArrayForY[$Y] 1)
   EndFunc

Then in my "main" sheet I run it like this

 

$Y = 0 
$X = 0 

While $Y <= 9
    Trend_Pack()
    $X = $X + 1
    if $X = 8 Then
       $Y + 1
       $X = 0
       EndIf

WEnd

Basically at this point it is going through the X axis (clicking each link along the X axis) however when it gets to 9 the $Y doesn't seem to increment so it keeps going along the same X axis

Edited by CaptainBeardsEyesBeard

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There's a much better way of doing this which doesn't require the gymnastics you're going through.

For $Y = 0 To 9
    For $X = 0 To 8
        Trend_Pack(($X * 202) + 141, ($Y * 76) + 330)
    Next
Next
Func Trend_Pack($Xin, $Yin)
    OpenIE("http://rptdev01az/Reports/browse/")
    MouseClick('primary', $Xin, $Yin, 1)
EndFunc   ;==>Trend_Pack

 


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Use _ieaction with click, and precisely click your object rather than using mouse coordinates

Edited by jdelaney

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