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flip2405

thank you for your guys help im sure ill be back to ask more but its been helpfull hank you

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SpookMeister

First, I would use PixelGetColor() instead of PixelSearch() as it only has to look at 1 pixel to tell you if the button is there.

Then, since PixelGetColor() returns the color in question you can use something like this:

WinMove("Tournament " & $T  & " Lobby","",0,0)
Sleep(1200)
While 1
    $Color = PixelGetColor(4,462)
    If $Color = "0x141412" Then 
               MouseClick("primary",4,462)
               Exit
    Endif
    sleep(100)
WEnd

You will probably need to adjust the coordinates and possibly the color value

Edited by SpookMeister

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