# Finding X Y

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I know this is a very newbie question, but how can i find the X Y coordinates of a point?

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Autoit Window Info Tool. There's a shortcut made with the install.

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Autoit Window Info Tool. There's a shortcut made with the install.

Thanks so much, I knew there was an easy answer.

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I have another problem, The X Y I am trying to find is in another window, and for some reason, the cursor will not go to the correct spot, I think this is because it is seeing the X Y of my desktop and not the 800x600 window.

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Options >> Coord Mode >> window.

Don't be scared to click a few buttons to find stuff.

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Thanks man, I ended up finding it on my own too. One more question though, here is my script,

CODE
while 1

if \$BG = 1 Then

if \$Place = "UC" Then

\$num4 = Random (78 , 79)

\$num5 = Random (184 , 185)

EndIf

if \$Place = "TB" Then

\$num4 = Random (82 , 83)

\$num5 = Random (191 , 192)

EndIf

\$num1 = Random (400 , 405)

\$num2 = Random (330 , 335)

\$num3 = Random (700 , 1032)

\$num6 = Random (400 , 405)

\$num7 = Random (500 , 1450)

\$num8 = Random (132 , 136)

\$num9 = Random (357 , 362)

\$num10 = Random (27000 , 40000)

\$num11 = Random(352, 356)

\$num12 = Random(143, 147)

\$num13 = Random(20401, 32263)

mouseclick("right", \$num1, \$num2)

sleep(\$num3)

mouseclick("left", \$num4, \$num5)

sleep(\$num7)

mouseclick("left", \$num8, \$num9)

sleep(\$num10)

mouseclick("left", \$num11, \$num12)

sleep(\$num13)

winActivate("World of Warcraft")

I need to find out how to change the X Y of the 2nd click, i think it is num4 but when i change the X Y there it seems to only change with the X Cord, do you have an suggestions?

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I need to find out how to change the X Y of the 2nd click, i think it is num4 but when i change the X Y there it seems to only change with the X Cord, do you have an suggestions?

The x-coordinate of the second click is determined by \$num4, however, the y-coordinate is determined by \$num5, you'd have to adjust that as well.

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