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dgarrett8

What would the code look like when you want the mouse to click over a pixel. Can't find the solution myself.


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SpookMeister

Do you know the Pixel coordinates, or are you looking for it?

If you know, then it is:

MouseClick("left",x_coord,y_coord)

If you are looking for it then you need to do some work with PixelSearch()


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AwAke

What would the code look like when you want the mouse to click over a pixel. Can't find the solution myself.

First of all if your searching for a pixel yourself then you would need the function, 'PixelSearch'.

Look it up in the help file.

For example,

$coord = PixelSearch() ;<-- look in help file for the parameters.
MouseClick("Left", $coord[0], $coord[1])
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dgarrett8

woops, i ment a pixel color. as in 0x5EAC22... and left click at the cords 0,0 but only when those cords are over that pixelcolor


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SpookMeister

I'm gonna guess that you mean:

You want to watch a particular spot on the screen, and when that spot turns a certain color you want to click on some other spot on the screen.

If that is the case, then you want to: (pseudo-code)

:start a loop

:use PixelGetColor() to look at a spot

:If the spot is the right color - click somewhere

:end your loop


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dgarrett8

you are pretty much on the dot spook. the middle of the screen would be 493, 423... so whenever the color green passes those cords, my mouse will click


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