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is there any way i can get the coordinates of the top, left, right, and left of my gui and perform a pixel search only in the gui?


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LimeSeed

is there any way i can get the coordinates of the top, left, right, and left of my gui and perform a pixel search only in the gui?

or is there any way in general to make it so that a pixel search is only performed within the boundaries of an autoit gui?

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LarryDalooza

Get the GUI handle (hwnd) and pass it to PixelSearch() ... see PixelSearch() in the help file and look for the HWND option..

If you know the GUI width and height... PixelSearch(0x7637a5,0,0,$width,$height,1,$hwnd) ... I think ... check the help file.

Lar.


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Achilles

Use WinGetPos($yourGUIHandle) and you will get an array that contains your window's position. You can then use PixelSearch().

Note that if you try using PixelSearch() with the parameters you used to create your GUI (e.g. you used GUICreate("blah", 500, 400, 50, 80) and then use PixelSearch(50, 80, 50 + 500, 80 + 400)), than that will not include the GUI frame if you are using a frame. Let me know if this second part didn't make sense, I could throw together some pics to explain a lot better.


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LimeSeed

Use WinGetPos($yourGUIHandle) and you will get an array that contains your window's position. You can then use PixelSearch().

Note that if you try using PixelSearch() with the parameters you used to create your GUI (e.g. you used GUICreate("blah", 500, 400, 50, 80) and then use PixelSearch(50, 80, 50 + 500, 80 + 400)), than that will not include the GUI frame if you are using a frame. Let me know if this second part didn't make sense, I could throw together some pics to explain a lot better.

i gocha thanks lots!

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RouteBlazin

$PotKey = Guictrlread($combo4); potion tuşunu comboda yazan değer olduğunu belirttik.
    $pixelcolor = PixelGetColor(2,2) ; (x,y)
    if $pixelcolor = "0x000000" Then; eğer renk 0x990000 ise bekle, değilse hp tuşuna bas dedik.
    sleep(1)
    else
    Send($PotKey)
    Endif

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