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Moving the mouse from memory

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this is my first time trying to access memory areas but i cant get this to work

I'm trying to get 2 addresses and then feed them into the mouse

here my code

#include <_Mem.au3>

HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_Exit")

$Process = ("myprog.exe")

While 1

$Address = 0x6107D1

$Address1 = 0x6107D2

$Handle = _MemOpen($Process)

$Value = _MemRead($Handle, $Address)

$Value1 = _MemRead($Handle, $Address1)

If ($Value) > 0 Then

MouseMove ($Value, $Value1,0)

EndIf

WEnd

Func _Exit()

Exit

EndFunc

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#Include <_mem.au3>

#include <GUIConstants.au3>

HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_Exit")

$Read_Address1 = 0x127B4B

$Read_Address2 = 0x127B4C

$Process = WinGetProcess("MyProg")

while 1

$Mem_Open = _MemoryOpen($Process)

$read1 = _MemoryRead($Read_Address1, $Mem_Open)

$read2 = _MemoryRead($Read_Address2, $Mem_Open)

_MemoryClose($Mem_Open)

MouseMove ($read1,$read2,0)

WEnd

Func _Exit()

Exit

EndFunc

i relay need help here lol i have it working but its not moving right its all over the place basically i want it to follow a object about the screen

basically I'm taking the objects cords and feeding them to the mouse

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You could try adding a timeout in your loop. If you're using the memory functions properly (which I'm not too familiar with) and the mouse is bouncing all over the screen, then the addresses must not contain the results you are looking for.


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