# Howto do this the properly.

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i am figuring out what the best way is todo this and chould get some help , iam getting allot of errors ect.. and just want to see a code and learn from it about howto write things properly.

Iam used to .NET VB and i really chould use some tips or code pice`s to figure this out.

Situation:

1 - I have a map in color somewhere on the screen.

2 - Own position is a const on mini map.(never changes)

3 - Movement is done by arrowkeys

4 - I want to check for 2 pixels in a specific area on map. waypoint

5 - When Combonation is found move with arrow keys to location of the pixelsearch.

6 - At location look for 2 pixels or else go to 2nd waypoint

repeating ect...

this just for educational use, iam working on a project and need to figureout how todo this good and fast from a expert

useing 2 laptops to control a lil car

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there have been a lot of posts similar to this one.. might i suggest the search tool?

A great place to start Autoit 1-2-3

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;// Declaring constant variables

;// start pos

Local Const \$X= 1268

Local Const \$Y= 774

Local Const \$Stepin = 1.15

;// Get next position by looking for a dot on mini map

\$Pos1 = PixelSearch( 1221, 760, 1260, 800, 0x000000, 11)

If Not @error Then

MouseMove(\$Pos1[0], \$Pos1[1])

\$Distx = \$Pos1[0] - \$X

;// Y distance to target is

\$Disty = \$Pos1[1] - \$Y

;// .. calculate howfar togo.. X as cant seem to know how

;// .. calculate howfar togo.. X as

\$Movex = \$Distx / \$Stepin

\$Movey = \$Disty / \$Stepin

EndIf

\$Delx = \$Movex * -100

If \$Movex < 0 Then

send("{left down}")

Sleep(\$delx)

send("{left up}")

EndIf

\$Dely = \$Movey * -100

If \$Movex < 0 Then

send("{up down}")

Sleep(\$dely)

send("{up up}")

EndIf

\$Delx = \$Movex * -100

If \$Movex > 0 Then

send("{right down}")

Sleep(\$delx)

send("{right up}")

EndIf

\$Dely = \$Movey * -100

If \$Movex > 0 Then

send("{down down}")

Sleep(\$dely)

send("{down up}")

EndIf

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Just a quick suggestion that came to mind but may not work is.

Say the coordinate you search for and find comes to 300,300.

And your current location coordinate is 100,300 then you can use a do loop.

For example.

\$mypos = 100,300
\$destination = 300,300
;Use a string split on the coords so you end up with just the X values.
\$myposX = 100
\$destinationX = 300

Do
Send("{RIGHT}"}
Until \$myposX = \$destinationX

Then after moving along the X postion then do the same again for your Y coordinate.

I cant really do much more to try explain it, when I get home ill write up the script properly with the proper functions etc.

This is really vague and just shooting in the dark so to speak.

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Try looking HERE where you posted this exact same problem and I gave a solution that would work with a bit of alteration to fit your script.

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