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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

my abjectuv

to search for teal and click on it, if teal is not found thin search for a darker shaid of teal and still if not found search even darker...i do have a script that i play with that works...but its Vary slopy...so ill post this script as an exmple...

this script will search for teal"$Color"

if teal is not found thin nothing happns

now if $Color is not found thin how can i search for a new color "$Color1

im looking far an easy for for this to happn...i hav tryd a few differnt times but i get the same problem

#include <Misc.au3>
HotKeySet("!{ESC}", "Terminate")
$Color = "0x00DC91";teal 
$Colo1 = "0x00CH90";red
$dll = DllOpen("user32.dll")

;red 0x3D0000
; blue 0x00005D  teal 0x00DC91

While 1
    
    If _IsPressed("01", $dll) Then
        
        
        
$Pos = PixelSearch(0+5, 0+5, @DesktopWidth-5, @DesktopHeight-5, $Color, 10,1)
If IsArray($Pos) Then
    MouseClick("left", $Pos[0], $Pos[1], 1, 0)


if not IsArray($Pos) Then ; <----------------i was thinking maybe somthing like this
    If _IsPressed("01", $dll) Then
        
        
        
$Pos1 = PixelSearch(0+5, 0+5, @DesktopWidth-5, @DesktopHeight-5, $Colo1, 10,1)
If IsArray($Pos1) Then 
    MouseClick("left", $Pos1[0], $Pos1[1], 1, 0)
Else

    
EndIf
EndIf
EndIf
EndIf
EndIf
WEnd

Func Terminate()
    
    Exit 0
EndFunc
DllClose($dll)


            
                


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            Something like this:

$pos = PixelSearch($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color, 10, 1)
If IsArray($pos) Then
    ;click the coordinates
Else
    $pos = PixelSearch($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color, 15, 1)
    If IsArray($pos) Then
        ;click the coordinates
    Else
        $pos = PixelSearch($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color, 20, 1)
        If IsArray($pos) Then
            ;click the coordinates
        EndIf
    EndIf
EndIf

Or if you want it to search until it finds 'something', do the same kind of thing, but use a For loop, with the shade variation as the count.


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Something like this:

$pos = PixelSearch($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color, 10, 1)
If IsArray($pos) Then
    ;click the coordinates
Else
    $pos = PixelSearch($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color, 15, 1)
    If IsArray($pos) Then
        ;click the coordinates
    Else
        $pos = PixelSearch($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color, 20, 1)
        If IsArray($pos) Then
            ;click the coordinates
        EndIf
    EndIf
EndIf

Or if you want it to search until it finds 'something', do the same kind of thing, but use a For loop, with the shade variation as the count.

ok ill mess around with that....thanx

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i new it would be easy...now i can perfect this aimbot

all be able to get better aim out of it.. hopefully never miss

i had the problme on were if some one was in a dark spot, the pixel wasnot found and i wouldnt hit anything..

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ok...now i have a new question

how can i make this porgram search the middle of your screen ummm...

picture a square in the middle of your screen about 3inch's by 3inch's

anything out side of the square wont be searched is what im trying to accomplish

$Pos = PixelSearch(0+5, 0+5, @DesktopWidth-5, @DesktopHeight-5, $Color, 10,1)
how can i change this...
$Pos = PixelSearch(3, 3, @DesktopWidth-3, @DesktopHeight-3, $Color, 10,1)<---just a thought

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Would it be something like:

$Pos = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth /2 -5, @DesktopWidth /2 -5, @DesktopWidth /2 +5, @DesktopHeight /2 +5, $Color)

Well, that would search 5 pixels out from the center. Like, a 5 pixelsearch box.

EDIT:: 10?

Edited by AzKay

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

this works..i tryd yours but nothing happend

thanx tho

not sure if thats the middle of screen tho

ill just pull out the ruler

$Pos = PixelSearch(550,300,750,500, $Color, 10,1)

$Pos = PixelSearch(@DesktopWidth /2 -5, @DesktopWidth /2 -5, @DesktopWidth /2 +5, @DesktopHeight /2 +5, $Color)

Edited by onedayillpay

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

This could probably be done by searching the pixels around the mouse(my preferred method), because in most (assuming this is in a 3d game) 3d games the mouse gets locked to the middle of the screen(game window)

This is a snip of code from my aimbot:

$SearchArea being the Area(in pixels) to search around the mouse

$SearchColor being the color to search for

$SearchDiff being the color variance

$SearchStep being the amount of pixels to skip when searching

$mPos = MouseGetPos()

If Not $pause Then
    
    $cStatus = PixelSearch($mPos[0]-$SearchArea, $mPos[1]-$SearchArea, $mPos[0]+$SearchArea, $mPos[1]+$SearchArea, $SearchColor, $SearchDiff, $SearchStep)
    
EndIf
Edited by FreeFry

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