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Hi,

I've created my first script and it's working! Hooray!

I'd like to expand on its functionality and I'm not sure what to ask or search for in the forums.

I'm using pixel search and when it finds the color range it sends keys. I'd like it to send the keys in sequence depending on what the last key that was sent.

pixelsearch found its color

send 1

search again

pixel search found its color

send 2

search again

pixel search found its color

send 3

I've read the FAQ's and searched the forums for the last several hours and I'm sure the answer is here but don't know how to phrase what 'it' should be.

If someone could give me an example or tell me what kind of feature I'm trying to accomplish that would be great.

Thanks in advance. :)

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You proably want a loop statment of somesort.

for loop, while loop, do(while) loop are in the help file for examples.

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Hi,

I've created my first script and it's working! Hooray!

I'd like to expand on its functionality and I'm not sure what to ask or search for in the forums.

I'm using pixel search and when it finds the color range it sends keys. I'd like it to send the keys in sequence depending on what the last key that was sent.

pixelsearch found its color

send 1

search again

pixel search found its color

send 2

search again

pixel search found its color

send 3

I've read the FAQ's and searched the forums for the last several hours and I'm sure the answer is here but don't know how to phrase what 'it' should be.

If someone could give me an example or tell me what kind of feature I'm trying to accomplish that would be great.

Thanks in advance. :)

Welcome to the AutoIt forums ;)

If you want each Send to use the next key, or character, then there are many ways it could be done. One way is to have a string at the start which is all the keys you want to use in the sequence you want them. Have a global variable $nextKey say, and have a function SendNext like this maybe

Global $nextKey = 1;start at the first one
Global $Seq = "thisistheorder"

pixelsearch found its color
sendNext($nextKey,$seq)
search again
pixel search found its color
sendNext($nextKey,$seq)

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Func sendNext(ByRef $iPos,$sList)

 send('"' & StringMid($sList,$iPos,1) & '"')

 if $iPos < StringLen($sList) then $iPos += 1

endfunc

If the keys to send are more complicated than a single character each time then you could use an array of strings.

Global $nextKey = 1;start at the first one
Global $Seq[3] = ["this","is","theorder"]

pixelsearch found its color
sendNext($nextKey,$seq)
search again
pixel search found its color
sendNext($nextKey,$seq)

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Func sendNext(ByRef $iPos,$sList)

 send($sList[$iPos - 1])

 if $iPos < UBound($sList) then $iPos += 1

endfunc

None of the code has been tested!


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