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DNnlee

How would i get this to work... i want to Input a number.. and make the program CLick at a different place according to the number i input... input number range from 1 to 7

$S = inputbox("Question", "Position", "0", "", -1, -1, 0, 0)


Dim $Slot[8]
$Slot[0] = "45, 15"   ;;;;;; these are the diff coordinates  for each number
$Slot[1] = "115, 15"
$Slot[2] = "45, 35"
$Slot[3] = "115, 35"
$Slot[4] = "45, 60"
$Slot[5] = "115, 60"
$Slot[6] = "45, 80"
$Slot[7] = "115, 80"

mouseclick("left" , $Slot[$S])

it says my parameter is wrong..

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monoceres

Fixed your code:

$S = inputbox("Question", "Position", "0", "", -1, -1, 0, 0)

Dim $Slot[8][2]
$Slot[0][0] = "45"   
$Slot[0][1] = "15"
$Slot[1][0] = "115"
$Slot[1][1] = "15"
$Slot[2][0] = "45"
$Slot[2][1] = "35"
$Slot[3][0] = "115"
$Slot[3][1] = "35"
$Slot[4][0] = "45"
$Slot[4][1] = "60"
$Slot[5][0] = "115"
$Slot[5][1] = "60"
$Slot[6][0] = "45"
$Slot[6][1] = "80"
$Slot[7][0] = "115"
$Slot[7][1] = "80"

mouseclick("left" , $Slot[$S][0],$Slot[$S][1])

Edit: Oh and so you know what was going on, Mouseclick takes 3 parameters, not 2 like you gave it. In fact what you did was saying to it "Click the left button at xpos 45, 15 and no ypos" :D

Edited by monoceres

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DNnlee

Fixed your code:

$S = inputbox("Question", "Position", "0", "", -1, -1, 0, 0)

Dim $Slot[8][2]
$Slot[0][0] = "45"   
$Slot[0][1] = "15"
$Slot[1][0] = "115"
$Slot[1][1] = "15"
$Slot[2][0] = "45"
$Slot[2][1] = "35"
$Slot[3][0] = "115"
$Slot[3][1] = "35"
$Slot[4][0] = "45"
$Slot[4][1] = "60"
$Slot[5][0] = "115"
$Slot[5][1] = "60"
$Slot[6][0] = "45"
$Slot[6][1] = "80"
$Slot[7][0] = "115"
$Slot[7][1] = "80"

mouseclick("left" , $Slot[$S][0],$Slot[$S][1])

Edit: Oh and so you know what was going on, Mouselick takes 3 parameters, not 2 like you gave it. In fact what you did was saying to it "Click the left button at xpos 45, 15 and no ypos" :D

thx.. that really clarified a lot :D

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martin

Fixed your code:

$S = inputbox("Question", "Position", "0", "", -1, -1, 0, 0)

Dim $Slot[8][2]
$Slot[0][0] = "45"   
$Slot[0][1] = "15"
$Slot[1][0] = "115"
$Slot[1][1] = "15"
$Slot[2][0] = "45"
$Slot[2][1] = "35"
$Slot[3][0] = "115"
$Slot[3][1] = "35"
$Slot[4][0] = "45"
$Slot[4][1] = "60"
$Slot[5][0] = "115"
$Slot[5][1] = "60"
$Slot[6][0] = "45"
$Slot[6][1] = "80"
$Slot[7][0] = "115"
$Slot[7][1] = "80"

mouseclick("left" , $Slot[$S][0],$Slot[$S][1])

Edit: Oh and so you know what was going on, Mouselick takes 3 parameters, not 2 like you gave it. In fact what you did was saying to it "Click the left button at xpos 45, 15 and no ypos" :D

Or maybe

$coords = "45, 15; 115, 15;45, 35;115, 35;45, 60;115, 60;45, 80;115, 80"
$slotA = StringSplit(StringStripWS($coords,8),";")
Dim $slot[$slotA[0]][2]
For $n = 1 To $slotA[0]
    $temp = StringSplit($slotA[$n],',')
    $slot[$n - 1][0] = $temp[1]
    $slot[$n - 1][1] = $temp[2]
Next

$S = inputbox("Question", "Position", "0", "", -1, -1, 0, 0)
mouseclick("left" , $Slot[$s][0],$Slot[$S][1])
Edited by martin

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