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botanic

clipget returns incorrect information?

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my script is

If @hour = "00" Then

$hourtime = "12"

else

$hourtime = @HOUR

Endif

If $inimode = "BOTH" then

_sendMessage("What do you want to do?", "", "")

sleep(100)

_sendMessage("1=BUY 2=SELL", "", "")

sleep(5000)

MouseClick("left", 773, 683, 5, 0)

send("^c")

if ClipGet() = (($hourtime) & ":" & (@min) & " " & ($MYNAME) & ": " & "1=BUY 2=SELL") then Sleep(5000)

if ClipGet() = (@hour & ":" & @min & " " & $VISITOR & ": " & "1") then Global $mode = "BUY"

if ClipGet() = "2" then Global $mode = "SELL"

Sleep(1000)

instade it does... nothing...

im just trying to put in a stop when it detects 12:43 botanic: 1=BUY 2=SELL on the screen

then also have it determine the "buy" or "sell" based off the input of the $visitor

Edited by botanic

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Where in that code do you ever put the time variable anywhere? All I see is you defining it. Where do you select the text? All I see is you hitting Ctrl+C. Please post complete code, or comlpete it if you haven't done these things...


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When working with the clipboard sometimes some sleep is needed to compensate for some program background comsideration.

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