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How to do a bitmap comparison in AutoIt?

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Does autoit have a build-in function for bitmap comparison, or do I have to call an external program to perform the bitmap comparison?

Please give me a simple example, thanks!!

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Does autoit have a build-in function for bitmap comparison, or do I have to call an external program to perform the bitmap comparison?

Please give me a simple example, thanks!!

Search on forum about ImageMagick, is very easy to use. You'll be find more example.


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Thanks, I will look into it.

Just a quick question, does imagemagick need to be installed on OS where the script is excuted? I will compile my script to a standard alone exe file and send to users. So do I have to let them install imagemagick too?

Thanks!

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Thanks, I will look into it.

Just a quick question, does imagemagick need to be installed on OS where the script is excuted? I will compile my script to a standard alone exe file and send to users. So do I have to let them install imagemagick too?

Thanks!

This two links should help you:

Link1

Link2


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You have 3 options:

1) you can use the executables and add thode you use to your Script

2) use the object and provide a copy of the DLL and regsvr32 it :P

3) let the users download and install the complete package.


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