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I back with new grief

My program click on this point

MouseClick ( "" , 1524 , 625 , 1 , 0)
MouseClick ( "" , 1452 , 726 , 1 , 0)

but this position be good only for screen resolution 1680 x 1050

I want make script who find use resolution and change MouseClick position

Edited by Quzziy

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avery

I back with new grief

My program click on this point

MouseClick ( "" , 1524 , 625 , 1 , 0)
MouseClick ( "" , 1452 , 726 , 1 , 0)

but this position be good only for screen resolution 1680 x 1050

I want make script who find use resolution and change MouseClick position

Hello Quzziy.

I am almost certain that you want to look at the following AutoIt built-in @Macros.

@DesktopHeight Height of the desktop screen in pixels. (vertical resolution)

@DesktopWidth Width of the desktop screen in pixels. (horizontal resolution)

Ref: http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/macros.htm

I hope this helps. Thanks.

avery


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BJJ

I know

@DesktopHeight

@DesktopWidth

But I dont have idea how to use that becaouse program must click on this cord.

when somebody have difrent screen resolution this point get change

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jvanegmond

$developWidth = 1024
$runWidth = @ScreenWidth

$ratio = $runWidth / $developWidth

MouseClick ( "" , 1524 * $ratio , 625 * $ratio , 1 , 0)

I don't know if the math is correct. It's either * $ratio or / $ratio.

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bobchernow

$developWidth = 1024
$runWidth = @ScreenWidth

$ratio = $runWidth / $developWidth

MouseClick ( "" , 1524 * $ratio , 625 * $ratio , 1 , 0)

I don't know if the math is correct. It's either * $ratio or / $ratio.

I was also thinking that a ratio might work but I am not sure it will depending on the application you are working with. If it is just the desktop that might be fine. If it is an application, there may be some font changes as well as things the application might do differently. Is there anything specific about the target location other than the coords. Is there a bitmap or certain pixels there that could be identified? What are you trying to accomplish.

Bob


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