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i think it's a cool script, but so far, totaly usless :rolleyes:

what it does:

it creates a picture in a GUI of an area of the screen

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
Global $pixel[2000][2000]

$sizex = 100 ; how far in x  to render
$sizey = 100 ;how far in y to render
$posy = 0 ;startpoint y
$posx = 0 ;startpoint x

$gui = GUICreate("test",$sizex,$sizey,-1,-1,0x80000000,$WS_EX_TOPMOST)
$graphic = GUICtrlCreateGraphic(0,0,$sizex,$sizey)

for $x = 1 to $posx+$sizex
    for $y = 1 to $posy+$sizey
        $pixel[$x][$y] = "0x" & Hex(PixelGetColor($x+$posx,$y+$posy),6)
while 1

[font="Impact"]Never fear, I is here.[/font]

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umm.... yeah thats what it does. And it seems to do what it does well. But why?

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Very cool indeed but takes to much CPU and time to use it, if you want to render the screen :rolleyes:.

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With some further development it might be usable as a screenshot tool. For such things as windows and areas of windows.


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