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Christian Blackburn

Visually Comparing a Window Region

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Hi Gang,

I'm trying to automate a wxWindows button :lmao: . It's a bitmap button, but the class type indicates that it's not a standard windows control. So I would like to visually compare it with a known graphic of it's up and down states. Can someone tell me what commands I would need to use to detect the color content of pixels in a particular region? Also how can I load my known pictures and compare with that? There must be a code example of this already?

Thanks,

Christian Blackburn

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umm i'd say lookup PixelGetColor, and PixelCheckSum

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umm i'd say lookup PixelGetColor, and PixelCheckSum

Hi CDKid,

Thanks so much for the tip. I just now saw it. I thought all phpBBs would send me an e-mail if someone replied. However, I can see a check box while I'm writing this that says [ ] Enable e-mail notification of replies?, so I'm thinking I'll be able to respond more promptly in the future. I think I'll use that PixelCheckSum function with the coordinate mode relative to the foreground window. Using a checksum is a brilliant idea. I should be able to tell if any button in the toolbar is pressed, by variations in the checksum. I also think it's awesome that you can choose the frequency of pixels it'll include in the checksum.

Cheers,

Christian


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