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Recognition of the number in the browser

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I want to scan any square of the browser window and recognize the number which is there. It isny any "picture" number. I can focus it and copy-paste to notepad. Should i look for any OCR or is any other way to recognize that number?

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" browser window "

do you mean explorer.exe, Ie or any other browser? Or are you looking for a method that would work in all...

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do you mean explorer.exe, Ie or any other browser? Or are you looking for a method that would work in all...

I prefer firefox, but if the method in IE is easier, it doesnt makes difference for me.

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Bump :P

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What exactly do you mean when you say you want to scan any square of the browser window? Using _IE functions you can put the page HTML into a string and go from there. Is there an example page and number field which I could try and write you up something for?

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

What exactly do you mean when you say you want to scan any square of the browser window? Using _IE functions you can put the page HTML into a string and go from there. Is there an example page and number field which I could try and write you up something for?

Its a browser game. Im opening an info window ( I deleted rest of the window, i left only numbers, i dont want any1 know im working about script):

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These numers arent graphic numbers, i can copy-paste them to the notepad. Id like to recognize numbers and return value in the function

edit: after i open the window, im moving this in the corner, and these numbers are always in the same coords. So i want to search this gray square to detect numbers. I was thinking about any function which works like PixelSearch. for example PixelSearch(left, top, right, bottom) edges of the square and detect numbers inside.

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Try to reverse engineer the Javascript that adds these numbers to the source and see what you can do with that.

i dont know what are You talking about :P

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any other ideas? :P

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