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Here's what i am trying to do, search within a set amount of space for a specific pixel color. If/when pixel color exists, mousemove/click that pos. relative to the screen. Thanks in advance...

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can someone just get me started by telling me what i would need to do this?

and the mouse click is not relative to the area the pixels are being searched, but the entire comp. screen...dunno if that makes it easier...

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Here's what i am trying to do, search within a set amount of space for a specific pixel color. If/when pixel color exists, mousemove/click that pos. relative to the screen. Thanks in advance...

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

That's exactly what I've been trying to do for weeks nows. I've been trying variations like this:

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; Get initial checksum

$checksum = PixelChecksum(150,155, 635,640)

; Wait for the region to change, the region is checked every 100ms to reduce CPU load

; Find a pixel in the range

$coord = PixelSearch( 220, 222, 558, 600, 0x010101 )

While $coord = $checksum

MouseMove(65, 705, 0)

MouseClick("left")

Sleep(5000)

Wend

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Currently it just clicks once and dies. I'm not sure if ckecksum can be used this way. I'm not sure if "While $coord = $checksum " is correct syntax either. I'd like to loop this, but one thing at a time I suppose. It has been 20 years since I programmed BASIC on the Apple IIe. While this is familiar / close ... it's no box of cigars.

suggestions would be helpful and appreciated.

TIA

Edited by mach42

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; Get initial checksum

$checksum = PixelChecksum(150,155, 635,640)

 

; Find a pixel in the range

$coord = PixelSearch( 220, 222, 558, 600, 0x010101 )

   

While $coord = $checksum

  MouseMove(65, 705, 0)

    MouseClick("left")

    Sleep(5000)

Wend

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Currently it just clicks once and dies. I'm not sure if ckecksum can be used this way. I'm not sure if "While $coord = $checksum " is correct syntax either. I'd like to loop this, but one thing at a time I suppose. It has been 20 years since I programmed BASIC on the Apple IIe. While this is familiar / close ... it's no box of cigars.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

@mach42, @datkewlguy (similar)

PixelChecksum produces a unique value based upon the composition of the various pixel colors in a region.

PixelSearch locates the first pixel in a region of a specific color and returns an array if the color is found (or integer 1 otherwise).

As such, your while loop condition is never true, it does not click even once and the loop terminates without doing anything. You can prove this by adding a MsgBox within the while loop and see if the message box pops up.

I think you are looking for something like the following. While the specified color is found in the region searched, the loop continues and a left click is done every 5 seconds. When the color is no longer found, the while loop exits.

; Get the color to match (change this to suit).
$iColor = PixelGetColor(220, 222)

Dim $Coord[2]
While IsArray($Coord)
   $Coord = PixelSearch(220, 222, 558, 600, $iColor)
   If @error = 0 then
     ; The color was found
      MouseMove(65, 705, 0)
      MouseClick("left")
      Sleep(5000)
     ; A debug message that lasts only one second
      MsgBox(4096, "Debug", "Mouse Left Click done.", 1)
   EndIf
WEnd
MsgBox(4096, "Debug", "While loop has terminated")

Phillip

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The problem for me really is just finding the x and y coords of where the pixelsearched pixel was found... anyone know how to do that?

i dont want it to click a certain position, i want it to click where the pixel was found...

Edited by datkewlguy

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The problem for me really is just finding the x and y coords of where the pixelsearched pixel was found... anyone know how to do that?

i dont want it to click a certain position, i want it to click where the pixel was found...

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

PixelSearch returns the x and y coords of the pixel. From the doc: (hxxp://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/functions/PixelSearch.htm)

Success:  Returns a two-element array of pixel's coordinates. (Array[0]= x, Array[1] = y)

Something like this might work

$coords = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, color)
MouseClick ("left",$coords[0], $coords[1])

BTW, I've just started using this program so take this advice with a grain of salt =P

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phillip123adams

... your while loop condition is never true, it does not click

even once and the loop terminates without doing anything.

You can prove this by adding a MsgBox within the while loop

and see if the message box pops up.

(yup)[/color=red]

I think you are looking for something like the following. While

the specified color is found in the region searched, the loop

continues and a left click is done every 5 seconds. When the color

is no longer found, the while loop exits.

; Get the color to match (change this to suit).
$iColor = PixelGetColor(220, 222)

Dim $Coord[2]
While IsArray($Coord)
   $Coord = PixelSearch(220, 222, 558, 600, $iColor)
   If @error = 0 then
    ; The color was found
      MouseMove(65, 705, 0)
      MouseClick("left")
      Sleep(5000)
    ; A debug message that lasts only one second
      MsgBox(4096, "Debug", "Mouse Left Click done.", 1)
   EndIf
WEnd
MsgBox(4096, "Debug", "While loop has terminated")

That was helpful and thanks!

I think some variations I've been trying never had

the @error properly set and the nested statements were

wacky. Further reading in the forum has it working

(I think) complete with an escape / pause.

Thanks again!

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