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Hey, anyone ever used SCAR? It was this really good macro-ing program for online games (mostly Runescpae 2 :rolleyes:) anyway it had this really cool feature where you could search the screen for an image and when it found it the program would click on that image. I was just wondering, is there anything similar in AutoIt? Also, maybe you have some ideas for what I want to do. I want to make some scripts for installing software on a bunch of different computers, so I can't just choose coordinates to click. Mostly i'm just using hotkeys since these are install scripts, but I also want to scan for some stuff.

Any ideas would be appreciated. thanks.

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Hey, anyone ever used SCAR? It was this really good macro-ing program for online games (mostly Runescpae 2 :rolleyes:) anyway it had this really cool feature where you could search the screen for an image and when it found it the program would click on that image. I was just wondering, is there anything similar in AutoIt? Also, maybe you have some ideas for what I want to do. I want to make some scripts for installing software on a bunch of different computers, so I can't just choose coordinates to click. Mostly i'm just using hotkeys since these are install scripts, but I also want to scan for some stuff.

Any ideas would be appreciated. thanks.

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