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I there a command that do somthing like this?:

"If see Picture ( "File Name" [Picture]) then ......."

hope you understand me.

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are you looking to see if the file exists?

for $loop = 1 to 10

If FileExists("picturename" & [$loop] & ".bmp") Then .....

.....


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No he's looking for something that doesn't exist, like....

IfPicOnScreen("Filename") Then

bla bla bla

EndIf

lol there is a script someone made to do this tho, let me see if i can find it for you.

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Found anything?

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I there a command that do somthing like this?:

"If see Picture ( "File Name" [Picture]) then ......."

hope you understand me.

Would depend how you areseeing the picture. If in Paint (or equivalent), then you'd need to ask Paint what file is open. If in explorer, you'd need to inspect the HTML. etc. etc.

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i think he meant like if the drawing of an apple appears, then u click it or something


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I think LazyCat wrote a UDF that will let you read pixel colors of a file without showing it on screen (I think someone used it in the Ascii Art thread in Examples, but I don't have a link to either right now), so you could potentially use that to read the first 'x' number of pixels (or better yet, 'x' number of random pixels scattered throughout the file), then PixelSearch() the screen to get all the pixels on screen whose colors are the same as your first pixel. These would all then be possible matches of the picture you're looking for.

Then, at each of these possibilities, run PixelGetColor() on the pixels in the same relative position as the ones you're spot-checking for, and if they're all the same on the screen and in the file, you can assume that you're seeing that picture on the screen. Of course, that would only work if you're searching for it as a non-modified image (that is, 'flat' rather than on a wall in a 3-d game (perspective), or shrunk or stretched...)

Just thinking out loud...

(and you wouldn't want to do this in Vista w/o disabling desktop composition first...sloooooow)


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